Love the bright blue railings!!! Thanks for visiting MammothLakesDP!!! Oh...and by the way...I love the concept of your blog...especially the "or when I feel like it!!!"
Kathryn:thanks for visiting. I didn't want to commit myself to a "photo a day", so I left this escape clause. I could do one a day if I didn't have 2 blogs
OOh, an artsy site! That railing really does stands out.
Richard:Not really artsy but I have been doing a lot of experimenting with software. These last two images were processed using HDR software which I purchased. 3 shots in RAW +/- 2 EV. I still haven't settled on VR software so I can use my pano head. I have also uploaded full resolution files to my OneDrive ready for download, but I wasn't sure I should post the links, so I didn't
That blue is so vivid. No wonder you were mesmerized.
Trobairitz:Well, it was a dull day and for a change there was hardly anyone at the Market, at least outside where it was quite cold. I had the whole place to myself. I find the best time to shoot on a dull day is when it is nearly sunset, not too dark but when the city lights start to turn on and I also wanted some reflections glistening from the ground
I like your new concept - you take so many lovely photos it's nice that you can share them and not be worried about motorcycle content (and it's a spot where you can go FStop techy wild.)
Karen:thank you, you are very kind with your words. Cameras are so smart these days, they nearly do all the work for you. My camera has "Professional" mode. I put the dial on "P". but most of the time I use "Amateur" mode, spin the dial to "A"Now I can go crazy with F-stops and shutter speeds
yes sir i agree with you. blue adds some charismatic look to the rails.