A Final Day of Photography

June 28, 2009  •  Leave a Comment
I spent 11 hours making images yesterday from Point-of-Rocks to Smithsburg. The image you see here is from the Smithsburg Volunteer Fire Department Carnival - taken at 9:30pm.

It was a very productive day; I feel very good that I will have enough quality to choose from in completing my book by Tuesday evening. I have spent most of today in the role of (hopefully) ruthless editor and sequencer in Lightroom. My book now has some organization and form. I need to complete my crash course in Adobe InDesign to finish the layout and start inserting the images and text. I have already decided that I am going to continue revising this project past Wednesday with the aim of producing and expanded version of book by the end of the summer.

This image, like several from the Carnival sequence, was made with my Canon 5D and the 24mm TSE lens. I love looking for the patterns in the light and sky. This image turned out better than I expected when I saw the preview on the back of my camera. There is something beyond the contents that I really like. More to come as I make my final editing/layout push.....

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