Went out with a couple photog friends of mine yesterday and just took a lot of pics. Played around with the new gear and lenses. This is one of the landscape shots that got under my skin. Just simple pretty.
Upgraded my gear to a DSLR camera with video capabilities. Now to get acquainted with it, and the different lenses. Practice, practice, practice. It’s a whole new animal from what I’ve been using. First tries here.
Broken heart among the mistletoe
Reflection in the hummingbird feeder
Last years weeds
A forest ridge near my home. Real time imaging of the mist and sunlight mingling. Length 1:45
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I was helping a friend look at skylights for the historic Herrick building at the Placerville Glass Company, and got drawn to an old structure next door. It’s on the Fausel property. The glass lady said it was the jail … Continue reading
Location, location, location. When you go out to shoot the moon, you have to know where it’s going to come up. I missed the first moonrise by 20 minutes or so. Decided at the last minute that I needed to be someplace else. By the time I got there, it was in the sky. Went back the next night only to have cloud cover obscure it.
Still image I took the first night (June 22, 2013). I played around with color variations. This stuff makes nice notecard stock.
This is an on going cat and mouse game for me. I do it for fun. My lens really isn’t long enough to get the stacked shot I want, so I just show up on a ridge top somewhere each year knowing I’ll get some decent shots, but it’s more about enjoying the view.