Last March at #skogafoss we arrived while a workshop was shooting (and light painting) the waterfall. While it wasn’t an intention to get this random guy holding a flashlight in the shot... it turned out to be one of my favorites. The beauty of photography is you never really know what you’re gonna get. Sometimes skunked, sometimes pleasantly surprised 🙌
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14mm 2.8 samyang
15secs iso 400
✖️ LIGHT ART ✖️
This is a new experiment I’ve done with @inalovess ; some may think that its a special effect added in post, but it was all done in camera. How? Of course the set has to be at night with a tripod, then wide aperture and long exposure (15-20 sec is enough), at that point when you press the shutter the model has to stay still while you run behind with a flashlight or anything that emits light, (there are professional tools and light brushes but that’s another story) than you just draw and create whatever you wish, but be careful you have to be super quick and fast otherwise the camera will capture you as well, for instance in this case you can see my ghost at the right 😂. I thought about correcting it, but it’s an experiment, actually my first time, so whatever. This is definitely a new technique I will be approaching in the future. What do you think about it? ❤️
[ SONY A6300 - FE 50MM - 1.8A - 15 SEC ]
(Swipe for the landscape version) I was driving through western Ohio on my second to last day of driving. It had been raining for the majority of the 900 mile drive, but as I passed through the rolling hills I noticed that there were some pink clouds in the rear view mirror, even though sunset was at least 15 minutes away. I took the closest exit I could, drove down the road and then miraculously found a pull out in a field just down the road. The sunset was absolutely wild (and the owners of the field kindly came down to see me and make sure everything was okay with my car)
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The chapel, standing stoically beneath the giant magnificent mountain.
In the middle, the trees look to compensate all the difference, but also those trees have their own differences and complexities as they start with green and end with the beautiful orange!
But as everything was not intricate already, the fog arrives and makes all this view a mistery of nature!