I was helping a friend photograph a bride a groom prior to the ceremony a few weeks ago. For a series of images, he was using natural light, so I took the opportunity to take a few candid images of the couple with the baby. The photographer was having a hard time getting the baby to look at him, but fortunately, she was fixated on me for a few seconds. During that moment, I was able to capture this image:Read details
I decided when I woke up this morning to run out and see what I could capture. The morning wasn’t extremely calm, with a slight breeze coming across the lake. I made my way down to Diamond Point Park again, and decided to see what I could do with the rising sun, as I am trying to improve on shooting into the light. I am still impressed by how well the 17-40 handles flare.
I was down at Diamond Point Park around sunrise late last week. The cloud cover was pretty thick, so the sunrise was non-eventful. I did setup and photograph the trail as well as some detail shots of the rocks.
While I was photographing the rocks, two chipmunks were scurrying around looking for something to eat. They were preoccupied enough, they didn’t pay much attention to me. This one got within a few feet when he stopped to eat something. He stayed long enough for me to get a series of images, before moving on to something else.Read details
I was out shooting some images downtown with another photographer this afternoon. As we rounded one of the corners into an alley, I saw an old bike, missing its front tire. The back tire was sitting in a bushy area, and the leaves were trying to escape from between the spokes.Read details
My wife and I were in Grand Marais over the past few days. One one of the mornings, I worked my way down to the lake for some photographs. One of the things that caught my attention was the way the sun reflected off of the rocks as the waves passed back to the lake.