Wednesday, October 14, 2009
work magic with a marginal pic. The best two words to explain it, though, are "Time Consuming". The beauty of digital is: You can take as many pics as you want and it ain't gonna cost you a penny more(unlike film), and you can often fix a lot of little things after the fact (Photoshop). The bad part of digital is: You can take as many pics as you want, but they all could be bad pics and you can spend alot of time fixing a lot of the little things after the fact (a bad pic out of the camera will usually remain a bad pic no matter how many hours you put in trying to fix it). Also, I love photography and I love viewing and sharing my shots, but going through them all one by one several times and really critiquing them..... well, you get my point. Even I get sick of seeing them. So far, I have been pleasantly surprised at the low number of automatic deletes I have seen while going through them. Let's keep our fingers crossed that this continues for the next 1000
Here is one of my favorites so far. It is a shot of the Munising Falls. If I remember right these falls are about 50-60 feet high. I didn't attempt it myself with all my gear, but there is a walkway behind the falls that gives you a really neat view. In winter,the falls freeze into a column and it becomes a popular destination for ice climbers which I guess are like rock climbers.