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Linda JeffersIn a world of so many great photographers and writers, I am venturing into some unknown territories, leaving comfort zones, finally very willing to practice the art of seeing. By maintaining the practice of posting daily photos, I hope to continue learning about the possibilities that I trust are out there for the taking.

Come join me on my journey!

Back door sunrise shoot.

I’m going to start listing how I shoot and treat photos with the hope that this repetitive noting will help me learn more.
This morning after Jen texted me the sunrise was exceptional (I think I got outside after the color she was seeing) I threw on some clothes and walked over to the 16th/17th hole lake. I shot using a tripod. I shoot photos in Raw rather than jpg and I shoot in manual mode using selected spot auto focus, when possible.

The 3 photos were shot using:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon Zoom Lens EF 16-35mm 1:2.8 L II USM

Not today, but I hope to start mentioning what caught my eye that caused me to click the shutter, something about my choice in composing, and the settings I choose. Again, I’d like to do this with the hope that I will learn more and be clear about my intent when taking a photo.

This morning at 6:46 am. Camera settings: 1 sec, f/19, ISO 125, focal length - 35mm. Treated photo with a Lightroom Preset, OnOnePerfectPresets Vol 1: Wow-c_HSL-only-orange and other LR exposure settings.

This morning at 6:50 am. Camera settings: 1 sec, f/19, ISO 125, focal length - 35mm. Treated photo with a Lightroom Preset, OnOnePerfectPresets Vol 1: Wow-c_HSL-only-red and other LR exposure settings.

This morning at 7:08 am. Camera settings: 1 sec, f/19, ISO 125, focal length - 35mm. Treated photo with a Lightroom Preset, OnOnePerfectPresets Vol 1: Wow-d_BnW_02and other LR exposure settings. I wasn't thrilled with the original colored capture. However when applying various LR presets, this preset created an emotional impact on me.

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