The little details do make a big difference and it’s important to pay attention to them all. When I went out on Saturday, the temperature was quickly rising after the storm on Friday, but the storm created these great ice rings on everything. Those ice rings created lots of simple small subjects that were just kind of interesting. The other factor that made everything interesting was the blue skies overhead and direct light on the water. Those two elements allowed for no color cast on the water and more vibrant colors to pop out. Simple things that tell the story of how nature works.
- It’s Good to Walk with the Camera
- Does the subject need to be front lit?