Looking back at 2019 part 7

Looking back at 2019 part 7.
 
So yesterday Evelyn is looking at FB and says to me, “are you just planning to look back at all your photos?” I had to chuckle because I wanted to say I look back at them often but I thought the end of the year was appropriate to give thanks for the past year and all the great trips, and look to see where I want to be with my work in 2020. Part of the growth process I, and really any photographer, should want is to always improve not only your skills but your knowledge as well. I want to always have a better understanding of my gear and technique to make things easier in the field. I constantly teach my students to never judge their work against the work of other photographers. I believe the only photographer you should judge or compare your work to is the one you were yesterday. Learn to understand how and why you did something whether you liked it or hated it, and then repeat the things you liked.
 
In this image I had made a decision in 2018 that I would work on panoramic images for 2019 and I had in mind locations to do just that, Schwabachers Landing being one of them. This was 5 frames with the camera in the portrait orientation using the Tamron 35-150mm Di VC OSD lens.
 
Tamron 35-150mm Di VD OSD lens on a Nikon D-850, Manual Exposure mode, f16, ISO 64, shutter speed of 1/2 second, Fotopro Eagle Series tripod and gimbal head, processed in Lightroom Classic CC. #WithMyTamron, #Tamron, #TamronUSA, #TamronLensesUSA, #TamronImageMaster, #Tamron35150, #portraittravelzoom, #FotoproUSA, #BearWoodsPhotography

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