I just got done doing a camping trip out in Buena Vista Colorado. I decided to share a few shots with you all.
1. Great Mountain shot, Left the open blue on purpose.
2. Wild Flowers
3. Meg on the Arkansas River
4. Time Laps of the Rapids (Arkansas River)
5. House and Mountain at...
#1 & 2 were taken up on look out mountain.
#3 - 5 were taken on the road between I-70 and Blackhawk.
#6 was taken just outside of central city.
#7 was taken on Oh My God Road between Central City and Idaho Springs.
#8 is at Idaho Springs across I-70.
I've had the same problem. For me its just...
I like it. My only comment, and this is just personal taste for me, is I would play with the contrast and brightness just a bit. (increase the contrast slightly, and decrease the brightness slightly.)
The lighting makes everything look a bit flat.
I'm still learning myself, but I've been...
I'm using a Canon Rebel XT. Defalut lens. No tripod, on alot of the shots, as we were on a small narrow winding road for the last half of the pictures and had to get out take pictures, and then get back in.
I plan on trying to get some danw/sunset pictures, but I have to have some good timing...
We were "gifted" last night with another fresh snowfall. I got out at down this morning to take a walk with the camera. I hope you enjoy.
1. A lonely walk at dawn
2. Nature Trail
3. Spiral Cut
4. A peak at the mountains
Well with 1 I have to agree. Unfortunately, with the range of equipment I had, that was the best zoom I could do. I was pearched on the wrong side of a dam, that I wasn't supposed to be climbing on. Between me and the other side was a road that I had to crop out of the picture :(
Went out today with a bit more light and took a drive. Was trying to find a good spot to shoot over Denver and hit the mountains. No such luck. But I found this large pile of snow at least 8 feet tall and 100 sq ft, and climbed around on it taking pictures. I thought they all looked better...