Tuesday, June 2, 2015
New composition of the Dude named, "Fall in Love." This image of the Dude I took during my trip up to Northern California in early November 2014...the title of this image is easily one of my most appropriate. smile emoticon
The Dude's coat literally blends into this scene full of fall foliage...Of course, I truly dig this image as I am quote partial to the subject...
Camera Settings: ISO-100, 70mm at f/2.8 for 1/60th second. Image was taken under a shady grove of oak trees at about 2pm in the afternoon (about three hours before sunset)
I hope this message and image find you well.
D. " Bodhi "
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This new composition is entitled, "Venerable Astronomers" and is my newest release from my recent trip to Easter Island (Rapa Nui) back in December-January. These are the two most famous moai in the Rano Raraku Quarry on the island and get hundreds of visitors a day.
This island will always be one of the most special places I have ever had the privilege to visit and photograph. It is so remote, so uncommercialized, so beautiful, so magical, so mysterious, and so mystical that I actually miss being there only 5 months removed from my visit...so, I have been waiting to process this image for some time now, and it is honestly my first image from Rapa Nui thus far which I am the most pleased with...truly another dreamy image somewhere between surreal and expressionist.
Camera settings: As is common with many of my nightscapes, this also is two separate images merged together into one composition to create the emotions and effects I want my audience to see and feel (impressions which would be impossible to capture in a single frame)...one is an exposure of the statues and the wispy clouds, and the second image is for exposing the stars correctly. Settings for the first exposure: ISO-100, 29mm at f/8 for 284 seconds using 5 stops of Lee Proglass ND filters....second exposure for the stars is ISO-1250, 24mm at f/1.4 for 13 seconds
I hope this image and message find you well.
D. " Bodhi "