Tag Archives: Yosemite
I’ve been infatuated by HDR since I first saw shots in Outdoor Photography Magazine years ago. I didn’t understand how to create them, or why several exposures of the same frame allowed crazy detailed results. I still don’t, in entirety. … Continue reading
One of the best memories I have of the last year of learning about taking pictures (note: I dislike the use of the word “photographer/photography” so I am consciously opting for simpler language here) was the first trip I took to Yosemite … Continue reading
Waterfalls. They’re great, right? They’re all tall n shit, and majestic or whatever. I think waterfalls are jerks. They’re impossible to photograph and I am hereby against them. Anti-waterfall. That’s me. Especially the tall ones. I mean, who are you … Continue reading
I got up well before first light in Yosemite the first morning I was there last weekend and set out to find, quickly, a good spot to set up for sunrise. I caught this waterfall from Swinging Bridge but the … Continue reading
Shot with a Nikon D3s at Yosemite Valley, Mirror Lake trail.
Shot with a Nikon D3s using a 2.8f 28 to 300 Nikkor lens.
If you’ve been following my [relatively slow] progress, you know that my friend Josh gave me some good advice when he told me to shoot in Aperture mode to get used to how I wanted the focus in my composition to … Continue reading