From the Editor: As pointed out in Gary Crabbe’s post on making mistakes, this is something that we all do. With the myriad of settings available on today’s sophisticated digital cameras, it’s easier than ever. This post appeared four years ago, and the lesson is as relevant today as it was then. DL
Story and Photograph by Gary Crabbe
Morning light on sandstone cliffs reflected in the Colorado River at Horseshoe Bend, near Page, Arizona. © Gary Crabbe/Enlightened Images
Even professionals screw up every now and again. We may not brag about it in public, but rest assured, we make mistakes just like everyone else.
The photo above may not look like a total screw-up, but it is. It’s a multi-row, nearly 40-frame panoramic image shot with my Nikon D800.
Big Stopper Filter used to soften the waves: f/16 @ 45 seconds. © Franklin Kearney
Story & Photography by Franklin Kearney
“The fog should clear in a few days,” said the lifeguard.
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Franklin Kearney, lee filters, long exposures, precautions when shooting near the shore, sand, shooting fog on an ocean, shooting in fog, shooting piers, shooting under piers, smoothing ocean waves with neutral density filter, The Big Stopper neutral density filter, wind sand and moisture threats when shooting near the shore
In-Camera Multiple Exposures. Seattle, Washington. (Category: Altered Reality). © Charles Needle
You can see all of this week’s Weekly Wow! images by viewing the NANPA homepage slideshow at www.nanpa.org.
Altered Reality Best in Show Judges’ Choice: Two Snowys-Showcase 2018 © Cheryl Medow
Jurors Choice in Altered Reality Category