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!

An Evening Shoot.

Trying to capture motion shots here by panning with vehicles racing by on the I-10 Freeway. I will be going back to try this method some more. I was using a 70-200mm lens at 70mm on the Canon 7D (which makes the focal length of 70mm 1.6 times longer – whatever that is). ISO 100, 1/20 sec at f/19.
Background is so important. I’d like to scout out better backgrounds. Timing the pan at 1/20 sec with the fast moving freeway traffic, or any movement for that matter, takes some getting used to and I’m not there yet.

Jen #1. It was soooo windy by the windmills off the I-10 last night. Keeping our eyes open was a struggle. I enjoyed watching Jen dance around in the sand just off the freeway. The wind was like music to her. She loves movement.

See what I mean about Jen enjoying the windy night?

Now if I could get Jen relaxed (like she is here) to look at the camera and not make funny faces because she feels uncomfortable.

Looking back east for the 3 minutes of interesting color.

Five feet away from the freeway cars, Jen takes in the setting sun.

8:00pm. We stayed another half hour.

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One Response to “An Evening Shoot.”

  1. Cind says:

    Love this pic and Jen!

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