So... last summer, for the first time in my life I took part in an all-day photo workshop. It was an interesting day, made extra-challenging because the weather was extra lousy. When it wasn't pouring down rain, it was just plain ugly outside. Ugh. One of the subjects in the afternoon was a waterwheel, where I did some experimenting with f-stop/shutter speed combinations.
Here are a few of the MANY shots I took - I'd love to have feedback about why one or the other is interesting or not.
I capture this image with my phone during the recent, Seattle, Snowmagedden 2019. processed in the phone with added contrast and saturation. Now that I see it on a computer screen, it is a bit over saturated.
We don't get it all that often but it's photogenic. This is a shot of where three oxalis leaves joined.
- 1933 MG J2 Look at the placement of the engine compartment firewall relative to the passenger area. Quite unusual. The ocupant's legs and feet would extend into the " blank " space beyond the dashboard.
- 1930 Duesenberg Lebaron
- 1928 Marmon "78" Rumble Seat Roadster. This very car was the pace car for the 1928 Indianapolis 500 race.
- 1931 Alfa Romero 6C 1750 Zagato Spyder