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I am drawn to simplicity in a photograph, and the use of negative space is a great way to accomplish that.
I knew immediately there was a stunning photograph to be had here, but there were challenges to be overcome.
The scene was beautiful because of the wind. It then hit me: embrace the conditions you dolt, don’t fight them.
I waited for the boats to become aligned and tripped the shutter...
Ever since childhood I have been drawn to the rocks of the Thousand Islands, in particular the pink granite that comprises much of the region...
I made this photograph the afternoon of the spring equinox two years ago as I explored the Macsherry Trail.
For photographers - description for Depth of Field.
While this may appear at first glimpse to be a very simple and straightforward photo, there were three deliberate decisions that went into making the final image.
Winter has come early this year. As I write this article, the temperature outside is hovering around 0 degrees...
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