Windows For the Soul - Photography

Look over your shoulder

Quite often, when I am out and about to take a few shots of the sunset (or sunrise, for that matter) I end up missing great opportunities for some colourful photos because I forget to look behind my back. Facing west, obsessed with catching the full colour pallet of the sky, whilst trying to avoid burning part of the shot by the sun, I tend to forget to look around. This was not one of those cases, though.

Coloured skiy Dusk by the river
Nikon D7000, Nikon 50mm f/1.8, ISO 500, 1/60, f/9.0, Tripod.

Kick off

Today I am feeling bold. So... I am starting this web site and this blog as a way to share my passion for photography and, hopefully, to use it as a log for my evolution as a photographer. I have no idea whatsoever what this will turn out to be. So, bear with me...

Just after sunset on a late November day, facing NW, I mounted my tripod with the lowest point of view possible, just short of getting my shoes wet.


Boat on lagoon at dusk
Nikon D7000, Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 @120mm, ISO 500, 1/25, f/8.0, Tripod.