You probably had similar situations as I had with taking this photo. I was so excited to discover this little concrete bunker, all walls covered full with graffiti, right across the small bay from super expensive houses. It was a bit dark inside there and I thought I was taking photos with proper focus, looking at LCD it appeared to be good, only to discover later that night looking at uploaded images that the wall is a bit out of focus. How pissed I was!
Anyway, I still like the concept of this photo and want to share it. Maybe next time, if I ever make again to Bainbridge Island, I’ll pay better attention and get it all in focus…
I can’t remember the exact location where I took this photo, it is somewhere in northern part of Oregon coast. I think it is somewhere between Canon Beach and Rockaway Beach, but I might be mistaken. Even in the middle of the summer that water is very cold, those surfers really into surfing. Personally I have never tried any water sports in cold Pacific ocean waters, so my hat goes off to them. I’m sure wet suits help a lot, but still it is cold water in northern part of Oregon.
Yes another sunrise, or is it a sunset? Sunrise, sunrise. As most of you out there I do not have an opportunity to go shoot photos every day, or even every week. Sometimes not shooting for a month. Still want to put a few photos per week on my blog, that is a challenge. So when good opportunity comes around with a lot of different angles I try to shoot as much as I can and then process them one by one over some period of time. So many times you’ll see a reoccurring themes from the same day. Like today’s photo was taken about 13 month ago, along with about half a dozen other photos that already appeared here, and I still might have one or two to process from that same morning. It was one of those super friendly to a landscape photographer mornings. Next time I make a toast, I’ll drink to that!
How about you? Do you process your photos at the same time or let them seat for while and come back to them when it feels right?
This is another cool aircraft (P-40E Warhawk) displayed at the Air and Space Museum near the Dulles Airport in Virginia. You can read more about the history of these single-engine, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground attack aircrafts here on Wikipedia.