More vacation photos.
The first two were an experiment. I wanted to get Audrey's footprints, but she wasn't heavy enough to make imprints in the sand. While they are very similar photos, the second one is my favorite. I liked that I had the focus on the water, so the out of focus footprints lead to the in focus water ... as opposed to the in focus feet leading to out of focus water. It believe the little adjustment makes a much stronger photo.
|footprints; beach; water|
Nikon D3100; Focal Length 45.0 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/2500s; f/5.3; ISO 200
|landscape; beach; ocean; water|
Nikon D3100; Focal Length 34.0 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/125s; f/22; ISO 200
This one was super cool. I was trying to not drop my camera bag in the water, not let Audrey run away, prevent my shoes from washing away in the waves, and get the angle that I wanted on this rock. I shot 3 or 4 (all without really looking because I didn't want to lay down in the wet sand) and this was my best shot. I was quite impressed with how it turned out, since I didn't have time to fully compose the photo or really even look at what I was shooting. If I were to get this shot again I think I'd go for focusing in on the water drops in the background. I like how the water leads up to the rock, but I wonder what would happen if the water led to the drops.
|water; leading lines; beach|
Nikon D3100; Focal Length 50.0 mm; Shutter Speed: 1/320s; f/8.0; ISO 100