I took today’s photo on a fishing trip with my family. Coming back with the setting sun and the boat’s wake made for an image I really liked.
Sony NEX-5N, SEL18-55 @18mm, 1/640, f/9.0, ISO 100
Today’s photo is another from San Diego. As we departed on our fishing trip I shot this HDR image from the back of the boat. The horizon is centered which is supposed to be a no-no, but I like the contrast between the drama of the clouds and the wake from the boat on the water. Sony NEX-5N, SEL16mm, f/6.3
Today’s photo is another from this past weekend in Pismo Beach. I placed my tripod near the door, but forgot to put it in the car so I didn’t have it with me. Luckily I keep the GorillaPod in the backpack and was able to stick it on a railing to get this shot. It was about 10 at night, so there weren’t many people out but there were stars. Sony NEX-5N, SEL16mm, 46 seconds, f/8.0, ISO 100
It’s been a minute since I’ve updated this I know. I have plenty of pictures in my library I can post, but haven’t felt too compelled to go out and shoot lately. So when my dad asked if I wanted to go deep sea fishing in San Diego on Thursday, I figured it would be fun and provide some good photo opportunities.
This was a photo I took when we were coming back in as the sun was setting one of the many pelicans that were following the boat flew by as I went to capture the setting sun. It’s not perfectly in focus, but I like how it turned out.