Updated: Aug 14, 2019
STORY: I'm on a photographic adventure with my son. Teaching him some of the techniques I've learned over the years. We are vacationing in the Smoky Mountains, and it has been raining most of the time here. However, with the right set of tools, shooting in bad weather, under the canopy of trees with a small stream of water, are perfect opportunities to teach him about using motion blur. So standing on a bridge, in the rain, we created the movement of water in the photo. It was for me, a proud parent moment, passing on my photographic wisdom. He turned to me and said, "That's cool. Can we get out of the rain now?" (sigh)
IMAGE DATA - EXIF: Top Image -1 second, f/22, ISO 100. Bottom Image - 1/1250 of a second, f/2.8, ISO 1600 - Focal length 70mm with & Tamron 70-200mm G2 on a Nikon D610. Files shot in RAW with Adobe RGB color space. Edits - Basic photo edits in Lightroom Classic with final edits in Luminar 3.
IMAGE CATEGORY: SINGLE EXPOSURE
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