First, I know. Drama is misspelled in the title, but there's a reason. The shot is of Egg Rock Light in Frenchman's Bay Maine. And "Mainer's" from down east put an upward tick of "ah" on almost any word ending a sentence. That's my justification and I'm sticking to it. The "big question" posed by today's image is "how many shots does it take to make a dramatic image?" Well in this case the answer would be three and it might not be the three you might think. I'm kind of notorious for replacing uninteresting skies, but that "ain't" it. That's the sky that was there when we were there. It's not the lighthouse 'cause that's what I was taking a picture of. There's a saying about once you rule everything else out the answer must be what's left, no matter how improbable that might be. What's left, in this case, is the waves. To find out how they got there, hit the "Read More".
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Monday, November 2, 2015
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. (Hmmm, pretty catchy. Someone ought to use that as the opening line of a book or something.) Anyway, I was out shooting with some friends on Saturday. One of the group had arranged for us to go to a horse farm here in Connecticut. As far as the day goes (end of October) you couldn't ask for a better day to be outside in the fresh air. As far as shooting goes, yuck! Brilliant blue skies with the sun shining down mightily. The only way (for me) was to shoot for the shadows and bring the hot areas back in post processing. To find out what else went on, hit the "Read More".