These were taken on Christmas Day 2012.
What a great time to get out and use your camera. I suggest you look for unusual color and light to make your pictures “"stand out from the crowd”. Silhouettes, reflections and simple compositions.
I’ve been talking a lot lately of taking pictures of your family heirloom photographs with a digital camera. Using a tripod and window light one can create a very good digital copy. The heirloom photographs can be put back in a cool dry place and one can share their “new” digital copies with family and friends. Here are a few examples from my family.
My grandfather is second from stage left. Circa 1900.
My mom and dad in Iowa, circa 1940
Dad’s home from WW II, circa 1944
I love shooting Sunsets in the San Joaquin valley.
This day I was surprised with thousands of migrating birds.
One has to shoot fast as the light changes rapidly.
But the rewards are timeless.
I finished work early yesterday and thought I would relax for a little while.
I went to Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz and photographed the surfers.
I shot at 1/250 & 1/500 and overexposed +0.3, for the backlight.
Last night in SLR 102 at Gordons Photo Service I made this HDR image from an old building in Golconda, NV. I have also included a black and white version created in Silver Efex Pro.
Yesterday we visited the dunes North of Winnemucca.
I just processed these photos to share. We were very lucky with the wind and the weather.
One of the best locations in my sales territory is Monterey and Pacific Grove.
This evening I was shooting after the sun went down, using slow shutter speeds from 1/20 at f11
to 13” at f5.6 under moonlight for the blue one.
c moore photography, 2010
Shooting The West in Winnemucca, Nevada is rapidly approaching. This year’s event is March 10-12. I will be there offering my one on one camera classes. Of course, there will be many other events and activities. See complete program