This past December I decided to place more focus on architecture photography with an emphasis on long exposures. I have always believed landscape photography to be my strength, but inevitably … Continue reading Van Nuys (CA), Spillway Structure, Clouds, Long Exposure Monochrome
As photographers, we are sometimes faced with the choice of how much of an image to crop. This is especially true when working with panoramas. Working off of 6 overlapping … Continue reading Westport (CA), Coastal Cliff, Fog, Pano (Crop 1)
It just occurred to me this evening that there were some unprocessed images from a November visit to the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. I was still two or … Continue reading Kirkwood (CA), Snow on Pines, Lake Edge, Pano
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
Maybe not quite the composition I had in my mind. A bit of a conflict trying to decide to focus on the area where the two sea stacks meet in the background or include the mid and foreground. I will probably go back to the original idea or cropping to only the center horizontal third in the future.
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO100, 92mm, f/10, 119 sec
Bodega Bay (CA), Sea Stacks, Beach, Gulls, Long Exposure. Gleason Beach, Bodega Bay, CA. March 10, 2017. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.
When one project winds down, it is time to get back into the landscape photography space and just explore the natural wonders that surround us. Though I have all my … Continue reading Bodega Bay (CA), Sea Stack, Fog, Long Exposure Monochrome