For todays shot we head up Meadow Run stream in Ohiopyle State Park. I took this photo last evening while out for a walk after dinner. Which in hindsight probably wasn’t the best of ideas, but that’s another story all together.
When I photograph moving water I like to slow down the shutter speeds and really get the flowing water look. But you do have to be careful not to overdo the look as it begins to look unrealistic.
What do you think about this shot? Too much?
For todays photo I really wanted to catch a train. So I took a ride into Ohiopyle and waited by the tracks. It’s amazing how long it takes for a train show up when your actually waiting for it.
I had to go back in the archives today to get a shot that I was thinking about today. I was thinking how different shots will cause you to feel a different way. I needed something bright and colorful today and this shot is one of my favorites. I took this photo a couple of years back on a trip to Washington D.C.
Was playing with photoshop and did a watercolor rendering on this photo of two people out for a morning run.
We wait everyday for something. We wait for the bus, we wait in traffic, we wait in line for lunch. Yet people don’t seem to interact with the people they are waiting with unless they are there together. Why is it that we have gotten away from just meeting people, saying “Hi, How are you?”.
Do you ever just strike up a conversation with someone while standing in line?
I find it amazing how kids always seem to find a way to entertain themselves. I was at a public concert and found this kid having the time of his life.
Finding the right subject is the hardest part – Mary Ellen Mark
There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer. – Ansel Adams
As you know I try to take a walk every night after work. And for todays photo I thought I would show you someone else taking a nice walk down the street.
Photography, as we all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality with which we create our own private world. – Arnold Newman