This season I thought I would share some of our image set-ups for you so you can get an idea of where we shoot and how you can see past your surroundings. This one I just had to share because none of us knew what Dan was doing and we all went so far as to get impatient and try to move on from the spot before he was done. Luke and Maureen started goofing around and I was telling Dan we should move on. HA! We were all blown away when we saw the back of his camera.
So, here is where we were shooting. I took this one of the scene. Dan was off to my right, in a straight line from the wall, to Luke and Maureen, to him. What I want you to notice here as a photographer is that there are a lot of golden images even in places that you may first just look past. Try to see more than the obvious when you work with your next shoot! I will be doing the same!
Here is the exif data for the following image: Camera: Nikon d600 Lens Focal Length 200mm ISO 400 Shutter 1/800 Aperture 2.8
And here is the exif data for the secondÂ image: Camera: Nikon d600 Lens Focal Length 200mm ISO 400 Shutter 1/2000 Aperture 2.8
Here are the photos in our culling program just to show you his awesome in-camera skills. This is exactly how they looked when he took them! No editing what-so-ever. My man has skillz!