It is always intriguing to hear or read what the thought process was of a particular image you like. Thus, here is my take on a group of photos I think photographers can use to learn a new technique, camera setting or mind-set for creating great images. Every picture does have a story behind it and that story along with the technical considerations to get what was desired can lead to others possibly being able to move forward with their own photographic endeavors. I myself learn more when I see an example of how to do something. As photographers, we are visual in nature and when putting the seeing alongside the how, why, and what circumstance can lead to an aha moment where you can then say aI get it. I want to go and try that for myself.a Highlights include: ac Cloud Stacking ac Star Trails ac Fall Abstracts ac Birds in Flight ac Sunrise / Sunset tips and tricks ac Subject position ac Foreground / Background flowThe Making and Storeis Behind the Photographs. Canon 1Ds Mark II Canon 70- 200mm Focal Length 150mm ISO 100. Fall. Color. Panorama. Aperture f/22 Exposure 1/60 EVa1/3 White Balance Cloudy There are times I take a regular workshop off of my schedule so I can do a trip there on ... The camera was set to Manual and the f-stop and shutter speed were dialed in and another scan across the scene was made. ... Aurora Butterfly Canon 5D Mark III Canon 16-35mm Focal Length.
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