Kings Beach / Brockway, Lake Tahoe, Pier, Long Exposure, Monochrome

ISO100, 38mm, f/22, 122 sec
Brockway Springs, Lake Tahoe, CA

A nice half mile walk in light snow flurries to the north shore of Lake Tahoe. One single composition. A slightly less than nice uphill walk back to the cabin. This is the epitome of selective, low volume shooting.

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Maybe I was inspired by a conversation with a rep for a well-known and successful photog over the weekend. Hiking miles to reach a destination carrying about 90 pounds, including a large format camera, 8×10 slides, food, gear. Once there he might use a couple of the slides. It is about the composition.

I am not a high volume shooter to begin with. So maybe this story inspired me. But I have a strong feeling the thought of a Dutch Babies breakfast back at the cabin encouraged me to get back up the hill soon!

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, 38mm, ISO 100, 122 sec, f/22

Kings Beach / Brockway, Lake Tahoe, Pier, Long Exposure, Monochrome. Brockway Springs, Lake Tahoe, California. January 28, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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