MMW Last Shoot, Day 5 – AM Shoot
We had covered a couple of the main staples of landscape photographs for most of the week. Which leads me up to the next most important attribute, drama in the light. Mother nature was a little slow in providing it but when she came through for us, she really came through for us. I’m not sure all that I was presenting and building upon sunk in with everyone in the class, but it did with a couple which is why I teach. It was a good morning.
You might be looking at Marshall Point Lighthouse here and be thinking to yourself, “this lighthouse looks vaguely familiar.” Well, what if you looked at this view of it?
This might be nudging you along but probably still not making the connection. This one will do it for you.
Yep, Forest Gump went to the end of this walk and decided to turn around and run to the other side of the country. You know, I actually think there is something to be learned from that.
Looking at the weather today, I changed our flight out so I could go after one other image I wanted. With the extra time, Sharon & I cruised the ME coast south and found ourselves back at Marshall Point. I took the opportunity to walk out and shoot back on the lighthouse and house knowing I wouldn’t be in anyone’s photo this time. It’s a pretty cool place!
Photos captured by D3x, 24PC-E on Lexar UDMA digital film