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Monday, April 27, 2015


I love the scenic combination of a majestic mountain and its reflection in the lake in front of it! Add a sky with colored clouds from a sunrise or sunset, properly composed and exposed, and you have what is technically called a "keeper". Below is an example of one of my own images. It's from the Alta Lake Campground near Telluride, Co. of Mt. Palmyra and Alta Lake. Check out the article from Digital Photography School on how to get yourself a keeper when you're camping near a mountain and lake. http://digital-photography-school.com/9-tips-for-photographing-mountain-lake-reflections/

1 comment:

  1. Photography has its unique language,techniques and aesthetic merits, however, its effectiveness is dependent on the creative vision and ability to employ innovative and rational exploitation of the concept.

    Purposely, the Deanship of Students Affairs in the Al Ain University of Science and Technology, based in Al Ain, held a workshop entitled "Introduction to Photography" presented by Dr. Louay Al Naji, a faculty member in the College of Business Administration, in the presence of a number of academic and administrative bodies and university students.

    Throughout the lecture, Dr. Louay highlighted the basic photography skills and how to handle and use different cameras. He also talked about the types and uses of lenses with examples of each, as among the most important methods to control lighting and measuring light intensity before taking any image which is one of the most important secrets of successful photography. He even displayed a collection of wonderful photographs taken by himself in different places of the world.

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    Nice Pictures


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