This one was taken while going down the stairs of an old building of historical importance. I love dramatic lighting situations like this one. this one almost seems to be reaching out to the viewer and creating a sense of longing and loneliness. (nice allitteration there) f 3.5, iso 400, 1/200, 4.3-180.6 mm lens ot 5.0 mm.
I really like this shot. This one was taken under harsh conditions. If you have ever been to a zoo with an indoor night section you will know what I had to work with. Glass cages in a dark room with your subject inside them, are not the photographers most sought after circumstances. But on this one, the exact moment I clicked the shutter, some light somewhere went off and lit the subject (an owl) in a very interesting way. If I had given up at the begginning and decided that the conditions were so bad that I just woldn't even try, I would never have gotten this shot. f 5.6, iso 3200, 1/8, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 47.1.
This one is just beautiful. I really like motion panning. This one was taken at the orphanage in sri lanka. We went, I think last week, and they put on a christmas pagent for us to make a change in our vaulenteer work there. f 5.0, iso 800, 1/20, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 23.3 mm.
I think this landcape turned out really well. the sunset that night was AMAZING! and we set up at a really good spot. I like how the buildings are mostly sillouetes with some of the lights in them on. and the sunset reflecting off the water creates a really nice effect. f 3.5, iso 100, 1/20, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 4.3.
I think the sunburst really helps this photo. I also like the fact that the kangaroo is a sillouet conected to the hill, and is starting to turn away. this one also has an interesting range of color. f 5.6, iso 100, 1/1600, 4.3-180.6 lens at 7.3 mm.
I really like pictures with this kind of light. They are really easy to create, and I think they give a more powerful feeling. This one I got on our first day in the motorhome on our last vacation. I was sitting at the table/bed acros from the door, Claire was in the couch next to the door, and Peter and Andrew were sitting up in the bed above the cab looking out the windows. I did tweak this one a bit by romoving the light source, (the window.) and increasing contrast a tad. f 5.6, iso 1600, 1/320, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 38.7 mm.
This one I got of olliver in ohio ofter an evening of playing. I love the lighting in this picture! it was taken during the golden hour in the evening, and I think the background is in a good shade of dof; not so blurry that you cant make out what it is, but not sharp enough to distract from the subject. f 4.5, iso 800, 1/100, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 10.1 mm.
This one I shot on our last vacation to the US. we were at a campground by a lake, and decided to rent canoes. I really like how the overcast sky evenly destributed all the light in this scene, how smooth the water is, the transition into the mountains in the background, and the way you cant see their faces creates a sense of "Onward! Adventure lies ahead!" f 5.6, iso 400, 1/1000, 4.3-180.6 mm lens at 35.1 mm.