I struggled with this one for the most of the week of the assignment. After the kids went to bed one evening I just decided to go with what I had around the house to try and make something work. I’m generally happy with the results.
For this challenge the assignment was to take ten photos of the same subject at different angles, focal lengths, etc. and choose the best one. Here’s what I decided on.
For this week I took advantage of a rainy trip to Charleston to capture my oldest looking into a puddle. I call the picture, “Portal.”
I had one other photo that I was quite fond of. It was a longer exposure but not of what I had envisioned in terms of waves crashing on the beach. I think it’s a pretty neat picture. It’s of my wife and kids sitting on a beach entry walkway as the sun is rising. … More Photography Challenge Week 3: Runner-Up
This morning the family and I got up early and drove to Jekyll Island to catch the sun rising over the east coast. My plan was to take some long exposure shots of waves crashing on the beach as the sun came up. Maybe it was my settings. Maybe it was my lens. Maybe my … More Photography Challenge Week 3: Artistic – Land
I wrote this in high school. I now find it humorous. I offer no further commentary and, like a good exegetical scholar, will let the text speak for itself. Enjoy. When they pulled into the station it was chaos. Everyone was yelling at everyone, they were trying to get their facts straight and to … More Team Freedom: Operation Skyline (Chapter 14)
The challenge for this week was to shoot a compelling image and then post it without any editing. Straight out of camera. For this challenge I’m attempting to shoot RAW+JPEG in order to force myself to work a little harder in post. Shooting JPEG means the camera processes the image and adds its own little … More Photography Challenge Week 2: Straight Out of Camera (SOOC)