We were up in Maine shooting around Acadia National Park last week and did a couple of "photo walks". One was a night photography "safari" in the park with "Acadia Photo Safari". Howie Motenko is the owner and guide. Nice guy, knows some of the better spots for photography in the area and was very willing to help anyone on the trip with any technical issues. For us, the big reason to signup was not so much any help with photography but because he knew the back roads and shortcuts getting from one site to another. If you're at the national park I'd really recommend taking one of Howie's tours. The other thing we did was take part in Scott Kelby's World Wide Photo Walk. I've lead walks for the past five years and this was the first one where we were participants. We didn't do just one, we did two. The morning was in Acadia with guess who. Howie and his gang from Mount Desert Island Photo Club. Great group of people. Very friendly. The afternoon/evening walk was in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, about three hours back down the coast from Acadia. Also a good time and the combination of the night shoot and the Boothbay walk resulted in today's image. To see how it was done, hit the "Read More".
Manipulating a Dark Angel Scene
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