Just arrived in the Dolomites, Italy today, gonna spend a week here with a few photography friends, it’s gonna be awesome.
- Aperture: ƒ/18
- Camera: NIKON D300
- Taken: 29 October, 2009
- Focal length: 38mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter speed: 1/60s
In two days (27th), I’m going to Utah on a ten days trip. Gonna attend the Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork, and then spend the week after making photos in the surrounding canyonlands.
Really looking forward to meet a bunch of photographers at the festival and on the “All Friday Jarvie Photo Walk”.
If you are staying or living in Utah, and wanna meet up and perhaps go make some photos together, then drop me a line and we find a way to meet up.
Would love to hang out with some like-minded photographers.
Here’e one of My favorites from Morocco, I really like the way the sun shines though the alley ,but that you are still able to see the people at the end.
All post processing done in Lightroom.
I was standing here getting ready to make a photo down this empty street in Marrakech, Morocco, when this guy came driving, I was gonna let him pass, but he – of course – thought that I was there to making a photo of him, so he put his hand up in front of he’s face. And I just couldn’t resist make the photo, because I like the contrast between him covering his face and the little girl who just didn’t take any notice of me.
What do you think? Did I cross the line, by publishing a photo of a man who clearly didn’t what his photo taken.