Lately, I’ve been reading the tips from the Photography 101 series available through The Daily Post. These lessons are awakening memories of the photography classes I took back in college, quite a while ago. Depth of field, lighting, angles, etc…a lot to remember while trying to set up a picture and not miss the moment. More importantly, I remind myself to enjoy photography regardless of whether I can recall the technical stuff.
Recently, my husband and I ventured out early to one of our regular nature viewing spots. I attempted to use what I’ve reviewed and work with the morning light using different angles.
Everything seemed to be aglow. It was rather easy to find interesting subjects due to the brilliant sunlight.
As we were heading back to the parking lot, I noticed something a little different about a nearby light pole.
Someone was using “lighting” to their advantage as well.
What a great vantage point to take in the morning!
© WryGrass 2013