So today I was taking a walk around town and came across a fish on the side of a building. Apparently this is the advertisement for a seafood place. But I just liked the idea of a Fish on a Building.
For todays photo we go to the majestic Cucumber Falls in Ohiopyle State Park, Pa. I live about 30 minutes away from this waterfall and have photographed it for many years now. I have photographed it in every season, weather, and lighting that you can imagine and I always find something to challenge me when I’m there. Because of the location of this waterfall exposure can be, lets say difficult, so for this shot I used a technique called HDR (High Dynamic Range). Which is basically putting together several different photos and using the best parts of each, this one is from 5 different exposures.
Today I was able to get out and do a little photography and enjoy the warmer temperatures that we were graced with. And as I was driving back I noticed a couple of whitetail deer along the roadside. So I stopped changed lenses on my camera and turned back, pulling off the road and taking their photo from the window of the car. Of course this got me some strange looks and I’m sure a few people were a little curious as to what it was that I was doing, but hey it’s all in the name of photography.
Today’s photo is from a very cold walk that I took today after work. Its was a little under 20ºF when I decided to take a walk around the city of Pittsburgh. Just more proof that there is something wrong with us photographers.
This shot is looking across the 6th street bridge from the city towards the north side. To the left of the bridge you see a glimpse of PNC Park home of the Pirates baseball team.