I just love this going away shot. The ridgeline, clouds and plane attitude come together to say one thing, bye-bye!
And then the sun came up, I went down and the Tigercat just shinned!
I guess 110 photographers with a ton of long glass isn’t a common sight at the hangar. The tables were turned!
A favorite shot, took a second to do. Is it in your arsenal of techniques? If not, come to class! mtc
Just hang that camera out there and go click. Schweet!
Our bud Russell Brown joined us and has a lit’l contest, the best portrait of him at the winery received a copy of CS5. It was a lot of fun! Darn, I didn’t win with my entry.
I love the light, the lines, the color and the vanishing lines. Just wish I made more images like this. Ah…a challenge for the future!
I could spend hours trying to make the best click of surf patterns as they recede. Simple gorgeous patterns.
with light! it is a natural training ground for photographers who can loose their technical thoughts and listen to their hearts!
light! Such a simple scene, such warm light, makes ya feel good just looking at it! Oh yeah, it’s a HDR.
Not any killer shot other then I’ve never seen so much foam from the wind at Mono, I wanted to just jump in it and play!
I have never meet a photographer who didn’t wanna stop and photograph this stretch of road. It’s just great!
Off to Sun & Fun for them, back to Punta Gorda for me. Thanks guys for a great flight!
And during the lighting demo, nature’s prism reminded us of what makes up white light. Gorgeous!
On the edge of the field just before you land, you fly over this great orange orchard. It’s a great background and I always make sure my buffer is clear to capture the two or three clicks you can make before it’s gone.