Rakes

Rakes.

I have to be honest and come clean and say, I did not see this composition in the scene. One of the great things about teaching is you are exposed to many different perspectives. The vision of each and every student and participant. One of the participants on the Apalachicola Workshop showed me her LCD screen of this image and I loved it! I asked her if she minded me using a similar composition and she said she did not mind. The lesson here is: if you want to improve your photography, teach others or go out with other photographers and verbalize what you are doing. You will often find you are doing things that don’t make sense or you will learn why you do things and they work. At the same time, when you watch and listen to others you will see things as they do, which could be very different from your vision.

Sony RX-100 M3, Aperture Priority, f5.6, -.7 stops of exposure compensation, ISO 100, resulting in a shutter speed of 1/25th of a second, hand held utilizing the Optical Stabilization of the lens and camera.

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