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Nov 09, 2014 07:59 |  #1

This was one of those shots I can visualize but only hope it comes out right when I get home. Spot metered the foreground with exposure lock and it actually worked :D Canon 16-35 f/2.8 16mm.

Taken at a local nature preserve in Mid-Michigan while on a walk with the family. A shot I barley got as my kids were running off down the trail and my wife was yelling at me to catch them. Landscape photography is more of a sport for me these days :D

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Nov 10, 2014 20:47 |  #2

When I saw this, I thought -- I've got to develop some skills to create darker, moodier images. I like this one a lot; thanks for showing how it's done.


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Nov 11, 2014 07:04 |  #3

Thanks man. If I was out shooting with my tripod and not running around with the kids, I would have taken a meter reading, set exposure in manual mode, and taken several shots going up and down a few stops in 0.5 stop increments. Then play with the results in lightroom at home and see what I liked. 'Tis the beauty of digital format :D For this one I was doing run and gun and got lucky.


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