Sometimes I do get back to landscapes and leave the images in color. EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO100, 240mm, f/8, 1/25 sec Folsom (CA), 38.629966, -121.123522. March … Continue reading Folsom (CA), 38.629966, -121.123522
Perhaps the master plan will spare this oak tree. With its main trunk is nearly horizontal, it has continued to thrive at the top of this grassy knoll. EXIF data: … Continue reading Folsom (CA), 38.6218036, -121.1241962
While nearby thoroughfares and bridges are the arteries of this bustling suburb next to the Sierra Foothills, this tiny bridge was the primary artery connecting the citrus orchards and produce … Continue reading Folsom (CA), Arch Bridge, Oak Tree, Long Exposure Monochrome
Keeping with the long exposure theme as of late, but leaving this image in color. I ran out of light for this composition a few days earlier. The sun dipped … Continue reading Folsom (CA), Bridge Arches, Sunset Light, Reflection, Long Exposure
Another one shot and done late afternoon. The initial composition I had in my mind was not going to work given the placement of the clouds. This view under the bike trail bridge would have to do. Exposure was at least a minute underexposed as the shot was stopped just before a paddleboarder was about to enter from the right. The decision was probably for the best. With this high contrast composition, the attempt to properly expose the underside of the bridge would cause the highlights in the sky to blow out.
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO100, 18mm, f/10, 428 sec (6 min 8 sec), 10 stop ND
Folsom (CA), River Trail Bridge, Reflection, Long Exposure Monochrome. American River Bike Trail, Lake Natoma, Folsom, CA. February 01, 2018. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.
An spur of the moment decision to make a quick detour on the way home for this photograph. Instead of heading downtown and into rush hour traffic (and the opposite … Continue reading Folsom (CA), Bridge Arch Reflection, Long Exposure Monochrome
Over the past 12 months, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), my “local” utility has been replacing wooden power poles with metal poles and upgrading the power lines along a 3-4 … Continue reading Cameron Park (CA), Water Stains, Metal Power Pole, Monochrome