I’ve very happy to share that as of this past weekend, I’ve officially joined forces with Discovery Photo Tours. First Stop – Norway!
Let the exciting adventure begin!! 🙂
Here’s my new profile on the website.
Could I make a BIG (multi-shot, high res) panorama with a drone? I’ve never used one, so there is that, but is it even possible? The photo I want to take would be straight down from the drone, not looking out across the horizon.
I asked this question over on Facebook and it sparked a very lively discussion. Have a look
(not my photo)
South Carolina is a beautiful place. Admittedly I do take some artistic license as well. I like to make things mine. Or show them through my own personal filter. How do you feel about photo editing? Do you feel photographs should show exactly what a place or person looks like? Or is it ok for artists to present them as them choose?
Posted in: Charleston, Colour Photography, F-Stop Gear, Fine Art, landscape, Long Exposure, photography, Really Right Stuff, Sony A7rii, South Carolina, USA
Tagged: art, artistic license, colour, landscape, lone tree, long exposure, solitude, tree
Thinking of snow as I currently melt in the southern US.
(note the two people for scale) ❄️
La Grivine in winter
Posted in: 5DMKIII, Black and White, F-Stop Gear, Fine Art, La Grivine, landscape, photography, Really Right Stuff, Switzerland
Tagged: Athena, black and white, Europe, hiking, La Grivine, landscape, snow, snow shoe, Switzerland
I would love to be back in this place rather than having a pipe dug up from beneath my garage. ~sigh~
Where would you like to be?
Sossusvlei – dead trees and dunes
Posted in: 5DMKIII, Africa, Black and White, F-Stop Gear, Fine Art, landscape, Namibia, photography, Really Right Stuff
Tagged: Africa, black and white, boneyard, dunes, landscape, Namibia, Sossusvlei
This is not a view of De Kelders, but rather from it. I hope your Sunday is this relaxing. I am spending mine reading, printing and preparing gifts.
Tech: Canon 5dmk3, 70mm , ISO 100, F11, 25 seconds, single image.
De Kelders across to Hermanus
Posted in: 5DMKIII, Africa, Africa with Athena, Colour Photography, De Kelders, Fine Art, landscape, Long Exposure, photography, Really Right Stuff, South Africa
Tagged: Athena, De Kelders, landscape, ocean, sea, seascape, south africa, walker bay, western cape
Sometimes colour appeals. I’m still revisiting my images from South Africa. Circumstances have kept me from going outward to shoot recently, so I’ve been “traveling” through my hard drives.
For the tech people: Canon 5d3, 24-105 lens, ISO 100 F11, 30 seconds, multi-image stitch.
De Kelders across to Walker Bay
Posted in: 5DMKIII, Africa, Africa with Athena, Colour Photography, De Kelders, Fine Art, landscape, Long Exposure, Really Right Stuff, South Africa
Tagged: Athena, cliff, coast, colour, De Kelders, landscape, long exposure, sea, seascape, south africa
As I was looking through photos today, I realized that I never shared any from this trip. Namibia is AMAZING. If you ever get the chance – go.
What is your next dream destination?
(For the gear people, this is a three photo stitch made with the Canon 24mm TS lens)
Posted in: 5DMKIII, Africa, Africa with Athena, Black and White, Fine Art, landscape, Namibia, Really Right Stuff
Tagged: Athena, black and white, boneyard, bw, Canon 5dmk3, Canon TS24, dunes, landscape, Namibia, panorama, soussusvlei
Fascinating!! If you are interested in alternative processes, this is definitely worth a few minutes read.
“Bradley was fascinated by the fact that the analog photographic process, widely thought of as genuine and authentic, showed a twisted version of reality.”