To Capture a Moment
The kids were kicking each other in the back seat fighting about whatever siblings always fight about and everyone was in one of those post-Christmas-morning-tired-grumpy-moods.
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I wish we could stop and see it closer! Look at the ice! Look at the light!
We were supposed to be there more than an hour ago. There is nothing special about the camera settings or gear used to take this series — they are all just natural light shots.forum2.quizizz.com/puertas-boleros-y-cenizas-poesa-editorial.php
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What was important was the unique opportunity to photograph trees covered in ice at just the right time of day in perfect light. It was late afternoon sun, so it was pretty bright. I was mostly shooting into the light in order to get the most sparkle on the ice, so I had to overexpose my shots quite a bit. I also wanted to shoot at a wide aperture to blur out the background as much as possible.
You really do have to shoot in manual though — the camera has a hard time picking a good exposure with that much bright snow and ice all over the place. In Lightroom, I tweaked the exposures, brought down the highlights a bit and increased the blacks.
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I would normally use the contrast slider, but in this case the highlights were already very bright, so it was more of a case of just darkening the blacks. I wanted the scenes to be very monotone with just that pop of vivid red. To do that I used the adjustment brush to brush over her hair while I cranked the color temperature way up, and added a little bit of clarity.
I also used the gradient tool to decrease the saturation from the sides, again leading the eye into that pop of red.
Oh, and this really cool furry hat up here we call it a toque that my daughter is wearing — I bought it on a whim at a grocery store about a month ago for the sole purpose of using it for some sort of idyllic winter photo. This is pretty much exactly the photo that I had in mind when I saw the hat.
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Great shots. I had hoped to capture some moments of this same ice storm in areas north of Detroit, MI. Thus, I was left capturing moments of our shrubbery. Of course it exists, it always has. Wow, it took you four days to figure out what an opportunity for pictures this ice storm gave you.
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What does that mean? Sometimes the moment happens right away, and sometimes you have to wait a while. It can be as simple as a woman glancing up or as complex as having many disparate elements align within a perfect composed frame.
First you need to find an engaging scene or background for your picture. Then you need to wait for someone — or something — to move into the composition you have created. Great photographers spend a lot of time looking through the camera waiting for just the right extra element to appear. It can make all the difference in the world. When I got off the lift, I rode my snowboard down to the spot I thought would give me the most picturesque scene, then waited for a snowboarder to weave between the trees.
I managed to capture the boarder as he was making his turn, putting a little tension in his body language.