I have been to the Marin Headlands a number of times, but last Saturday was the first time I found the conditions prime for a wide angle landscape.
Long exposure photography on a foggy morning at the Marin Headlands. It is finally raining in the Central Valley of California!
I was proud that I was able to have a good time and photograph at Point Reyes despite a missing item for long exposure. Not so proud to find out, when I got home, that the item had been inside my backpack all along
There are some cliffs at the Rodeo Beach in Marin County from where I like to make abstract photographs of the ocean. I have two such photographs in my “Ocean” portfolio and I want to add a few more. The short movie below, taken with my Motorola cell phone, was made from one of thoseContinue reading “The Movement of the Waves”
The weekend passed fast. I stare at an empty blog post and wonder, what am I fishing for? How do I get beyond “I went here”, “I went there”, “I did this”, “I did that?” See, “I have good equipment and I know how to use it”. In the photos I took yesterday, I can distinguishContinue reading “Fishing for answers”
ICM photography on a gorgeous morning
Intentional camera movement (ICM) is a photographic technique where you move the camera when you are pressing the shutter.
I don’t know if wave splashes in long exposure have any artistic value, but they are sure fun to obtain. They are also impossible to replicate. Taking a long exposure photograph is looking at the scene in whole different away. It is magical, it slows up the time for your eye to see. A fewContinue reading “Splash”
Sometimes a photograph becomes so abstract that it is no longer a representation of reality.
Many contemporary landscape photographers try to balance the natural beauty of the land with the imprint of humans in a movement loosely known as “contemporary landscape”.