Going through some shots I took over the past year or so and realizing a few things. Firstly holy hell I took a metric crap-ton of photos, and secondly, I really have progressed a lot in my photography skills. I have always been a good hack, but I am impressed that I have improved so much in a short time. Many thanks to those who have helped me and provided constructive critiques and support!
This photo, from Bear Creek Falls, is a prime example. I practiced my ass off (or at least froze it off) with long exposure skills to get the silky water effects and really love this shot.
For those who are interested, the EXIF Data for the image is below. The lens I used, a Laowa 15mm f/2.0 lens, does not register on my Sony Camera, as it is a fully manual lens. According to my notes, I had the lens set to f/11 for this image, which is not transmitted to the camera’s EXIF data. The image was processed in On1 Photo RAW, which I’ve posted about a bunch of times previously, my favorite RAW file non-destructive editor.
- Title: Bear Creek Falls and Snow
- Camera: ILCE-7RM2
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1.6000000238419s
- Copyright: ©2020 John P. Hoke