Check out the NRICC photo sale this Saturday at Artography – 99 Canal St. Blackstone Ma.
Here are some of my daughter’s shots. She is using a Canon 40D and a Tamron 18-270 mm lens. This lens is not the best lens as far as sharpness but it is perfect for her because it’s light, compact and gives her a ton of compositional choices.
You may have heard of an app. called The Photographer’s Ephemeris as an app. for a smart phone. It’s very helpful for planning photo trips because you can see your position on a map and where sunrise and set set will occur plus it gives you the times. What you may not have known is that this app. is free for the PC or Mac and that’s a good deal because the app. is fairly expensive. You can download it here:
Instead of using a tripod for this long exposure I balanced the camera securely on the deck rail of the cottage I was staying at and as you can see we had a nice water front view.
Pemigewasset Lake is a 256-acre water body located in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire in the United States. The lake straddles the border between the towns of New Hampton and Meredith, both in Belknap County.
I was shooting a sunset on a beach in Cape Cod and there other photographers out there with me and they were all there to get the shots up to the sun on the horizon. Then I guess they thought the light show was over because by the time I took the second picture in this sequence, everyone else had left. They missed out because your camera’s sensor can pick up plenty of light after the sun has set. You will first have a golden hour and then a blue hour. The second two shots show the early and late stages of the golden hour. The cold wind made me give up before the blue hour.
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For more tips like this please join my landscape photography workshop starting in May.
Happy New Year to all of my family, friends, co-workers, and customers. Hope to see you in 2011.
The image below is a high dynamic range photo that I made at Castle Hill Lighthouse in Newport, RI. This image is a combination of 3 images and developed with Photomatix tone compressor for a more realistic look.
So which do you prefer from these images or in your own HDR images?