A bit of daydreaming while riding a bicycle as the sun gets low in the horizon. I love the lighting in this.
Some attitude today for y’all. Another shot from last night’s dinner. Can’t beat the lighting!
Tonight, while out to dinner, the light coming in through the mesh window shades was wonderful. I snapped a few photos of the kids that were really wonderful. The light really brought out the detail in their eyes. I’ll post a some of these over the next few days.
I also used this for my Daily Shoot Entry today. #ds160 – Experiment in the digital darkroom today. Make a photo and post-process it any way you like to unleash your creativity.
This evening while taking the kids to the park, a neighbor was playing catch with Zoe, a very energetic and well-behaved pup. The photo opportunity gave me more of a chance to practice shots with the evening light and fulfill yesterday’s Daily Shoot assignment of speed. I love that the evenings now come complete with sun.
I’ve decided that want to practice more with the sun and the warm effects it can have in the mornings and evenings on subjects. This evening I spent about 20 minutes chasing this photo with various angles on different leaves. The nice thing about leaves is they cooperate, even if the wind is blowing them all around.
In contrast, I spent the sun’s waning time with my kids on getting some portraits with similar lighting. As you might imagine, the kids are not as cooperative as the oak leaves. That is why you only get to see the leaf today.
This shot was taken while visiting friends in the San Bernadino Mountains at Big Bear. The sun was setting casting a wonderful light on the dining room table.
This parking garage is in San Jose. I wanted to explore doing some dark images. These remind me of some nightmares I had as a kid.