I've shot this scene at Lake Martin many times and I've never been happy with the results.Read More
A photo of a Roseate Spoonbill at jefferson Island. The most beautiful Wading Bird in North America.Read More
It's been far too long since I've posted here, gotten out of the habit and I plan on starting up again. This weeks photo was taken in May at Lake Martin.
I was waiting for the sunset, this was happening in the opposite direction and I liked the light on the trees and the fisherman in the shot. I also took one after the fisherman had left, so if you're justed interested in the scene without the boat let me know.
It was shot as a 3 image vertical panorama and stitched together with a 50mm prime lens, my D810 Nikon Camera, and a panoramic head. Native size is 20 x 40 inches at 300 dpi and it can be printed at even much larger sizes. It would be great as a mural on a restaurant wall for example. It's available as a 10 x 20 or a stock image on my print web site here http://charlesbushphoto.photoshelter.com/portfolio/G0000me.8NM96DOk/I0000lsENiptkJ58 or contact my if you're interested in a larger print.
Taken early one morning on a tour. It looked like no sunrise for that morning and we were photographing in the other direction, then we looked back and saw this. One of my favorite shots from the Atchafalaya Basin.
Christmas like images are rare in Southern Louisiana. No Mountains, Snow or Spruce trees. To me this is the closest we come. A foggy morning with Cypress Trees. Never mind that they either have orange leaves, or no leaves this time of year. But it would look nice on a christmas card or as a screen saver for Christmas.
This week the photo of the week is a panoramic image taken at Lake Martin. The image was made from 5 separate photographs taken with a digital camera using a panoramic head and stitched together forming one large image. It has been used previously as a 8' x 30' mural on the wall of a restaurant.
The image may be purchased here:
You can learn how to create this type of image at the class listed here.
Taken on one very cold overcast day in November of 2013. I'm not sure if at the time we were in Lake Dauterive or Fausse Point, it was right at the junction of the two lakes. This is a case where an overcast day worked to my advantage, making the colors really pop and with few dark shadows.