Everyone has a different comfort zone. When it comes to photography, mine is on aperture priority and hand held. I’m just making peace with the tripod–I no longer feel like throwing it when I try to set it up! I’ve just started doing HDR, and have only mastered part of Lightroom. It’s safe to say that I’ve not gotten fully knowledgeable with my D7100. So with all this learning to be done, I headed back to Mare Island in Vallejo California with Mary Gromer and the “Shoot or Go Home” photo Meetup group.
We were going to shoot some buildings during the golden hours before sunset, catch the sunset, do full moon photography and end with light painting. I have never done full moon photography or light painting so I was really excited and knew I would be out of my comfort zone.
For today’s post, I’m going to show you some of the buildings. I know I’ve done the Mare Island buildings before, but not in the golden hours. My next post will go into the full moon and light painting photography.
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Looking good Anne the light is great.
Thanks Leanne. I’m getting there. Send me some rain and I’ll send you some sun!
Will see what I can do. If you want to skype sometime and let me show you some stuff, let me know.
Hi Leanne. I’d love to Skype and have your help. I need to go to L.A. next week and then Las Vegas the following week. Maybe we can do it in the beginning of August. I also have to download Skype! I’m technology challenged!! Thanks.