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on Oct 8, 2009 in Landscape Photography, Moose Adventures

Back in the Saddle again

You’ve probably been wondering “where the heck is Moose?” Probably just been wondering were are the blog posts. I came back from PSW with a little bug which laid me flat and bed ridden for a few days. I couldn’t find a button on the TV remote let alone type. So, no posts. But I’m vertical again and good timing, we started out Eastern Sierra Adventure today.

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We started our day at Mono Lake for a very schweeeet sunrise! It was a great start because it helped the really great group of shooter we have learn that shooting sunrise doesn’t mean you have to point your camera to the east. The light as it bounced of the Tufas was as soft as can be and lucky for us, the only clouds for hundreds of miles where in the right place for us. This is my first image from the morning and we’re having a short break so wanted to get it up to say I live.

You might be able to see in the image what appears a narrow band of focus. The minimum DOF I started with at Brooks earlier this summer continues to invade my thought process. I like it a lot here. This was shot at f/2.8.

The rest of the morning was great for me. While it’s not earth shatering, whenever I think of an obvious solution to a problem for the first time, I pat myself on the back. what was the solution? That will come next post when I have more time.

Photo captured by D3x, 24PC-E on Lexar UDMA digital film