Honestly, it really depends on the direction and amount of ambient light. I dont do anything formulaic. I know that doesnt help much. But Im...
Thats where I live. It wont be like Spring/Summer bug season. But there is always something to shoot here since it doesnt freeze very often.
Thank you kindly.
Ya, they are a bit too even in their light distribution for me. I like a little more dramatic lighting.
[IMG]yellow-crab-spider by Simon Rivers, on Flickr
[IMG]sunning-dragon by Simon Rivers, on Flickr
TY both ^^ :)
Or more commonly, the coywolf: Coywolf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saw this driving to work a few days ago and had to snap one with the iPhone.
foggy pasture sunrise by Simon Rivers Photography, on Flickr
Foggy-web by Simon Rivers Photography, on Flickr
Both of those spiders are crazy-cool. Good stuff as always. :thumbup:
Only a true wildlife photographer would be fascinated by a lizard eating-out a bugs ass :thumbsup:
Zoner by Simon Rivers Photography, on Flickr
Ya, not enough foreground in that second one for me.
Though, you could cut/layer/scale the tower from this image into the other one for a nice...
I like the width. Plenty of sky to show. Nice capture.
As much as I detest HDR. I would like to see the detail of the tower here.
The tiki IS leaning forward quite a bit. Its been in the water for at least 30 years so its all kinds of off-cant. I really wanted to accent...
^^ Ya. I found that my vision was too drawn to the sunrise in the horizontal images. The frame wasn't weighted as evenly either.
I have several with a perfect horizon and slanted tiki. I don't like them as much.
Taken at Sandy Hook restaurant on Pine Island, FL. I drive past this location frequently and have been wanting to shoot it for a long time....
Butterfly profile bw by Simon Rivers Photography, on Flickr
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