I really enjoy this place. I’ve been here three times in my life and the first time was as a kid. It is a stunning view as well as being a very dark place at night, so basically perfect for me. I recently went twice and I had no real goal, just wanted to explore but one thing lead to another and now I have a few gigs of pictures. Enjoy!
I went out today to just keep practicing my photography and editing skills. I chose one road and on lens. Here are two different scenes taken within a mile of each other. I feel as though something is there within the two areas, I just need to continue practicing and figure it out. Over all I feel like they turned out well.
My friend Matt asked me to do a photo shoot of him and his Barbershop Quartet, the Fourmatas. This is the second time I’ve photographed and even and first time using a lens that was designed for people. It was a great learning experience for me as it is out of my norm and something I have wanted to do for a while now. I still have a lot to learn and I look forward to working with him again in the future.
The amount of variation in the landscapes at McTucker Ponds is awesome. While I chose to photograph the Snake River section, I promise you the other spots are just as good. I put a lot of effort into these images and gained a new friend doing so. Brett and I came out here to take photos of the sunset and he was just starting out, only a week of photography experience! Hopefully his images turn out well.
I had just purchased a new lens and learned some advice on taking sunset pictures, coincidentally, it was also cloudy. So I went up to a cliff overlooking Fort Hall just outside of Pocatello and captured some images that I am very proud of. The lens performs extremely well and I can’t wait to start photographing people with it.
This is was my second time up at Crystal Summit with people from the University. That being Dr. Ownby, Alyssa, and Mikah. While the Milky Way was visible, the half moon made it very difficult to capture, but all of our star trails turned out nicely. I also used this opportunity to get some more sunset photos, it is surprisingly hard to get a decent one with no clouds.
Bird Canyon was on the way to Chesterfield and I had to find a way to capture this scene. I was on my third trip there with Dr. Ownby’s class and had a fantastic time. Even though it began raining, a lot of people produced some fantastic images. The food from the Chuck Wagon was great as always and I am glad I tagged along again, even if I wasn’t in the class.
After a dry spell of nothing working out and a stressful start to the school year, I finally took some pictures that I liked. This is a set of four that I cropped to a 25:9 ratio. I like the way this ratio works and will be using it for future panoramas. Also included is my new watermark, we will see how that goes.