Photo Walk - Saturday, January 8, 2010
During the hour before the walk began, the snow started, and continued through the walk. Wildlife was hard to come by, although we did photograph a Muskrat. Nonetheless, we had a good, productive trip as we were able to shoot something that is not always common in Cape May: snow scapes and patterns. I particularly like the images we made of the red Pyracantha berries in snow, the Phragmites seed head covered with snow, and the always appealing lighthouse.
The small group lent itself to a tutorial context and we were able to work on how to adjust exposures in snow conditions, composition beyond the Rule of Thirds, and how to work a subject to avoid background problems.
Posted by Don Freiday at 7:18 AM