#4 is my very favorite. I could see that hanging on a wall.
Different but cool.. Clever cropping.
I do very little landscape photography but high humidity can give that sweet fuzzy misty look if that is what you are looking for. Sharp clear photographs are also wanted so low humidity is better. So anything in between may serve your purpose.
With as much traffic as the bridge gets they should have let both stand and use them.
Bear have 5 front pads and one big pad. Dogs, wolfs, coyotes and other dog family have 4 front pads and one big pad. This one shows 4 front pads and one big pad.
The attached picture is a paw casting from our 95# dog. Think what a Great Dane or Newfoundland's print would be.
It is not a bear but it could be a big dog. Get some plaster of paris and make a cast of it.
That says it all. I never saw anything quite like that. It tells a story.
My printer is on all of the time.
Just think if they attached each warning to the camera as they attach at least 10 warnings on every ladder that is purchased. Then there is the permanently attached seat belt warning on the visor in your car. NO ONE READS IT, and you cannot remove it!!!!
What if the picture is of your son or daughter winning a race at dusk with poor light. The picture is not perfect but you got what is important, the crossing of the finish line. Sure you used a very high ISO but you got a picture that will be cherished forever of them winning their first race. Content is also important not just quality.
In the post by rgrenaderphoto above he states, " Whe we scan pictures, the brain's pattern is right to left, top to bottom.".
I was always told we scan a picture from bottom left to top right. I was always taught if you have a fence, stream, road, lane or anything with direction in a picture make sure it runs from bottom left to top right. I have always done it that way. I have 12 pieces of 100 year old art on the wall and all of the lanscape pieces the flow is bottom left to top right.
I used to shoot with my Bronica SQA and the prism view finder was fine. Now that my eyes are not as good I believe I would now have un focused pictures. Digital cameras with autofocus is the best thing going.
If I take pictures for myself to enjoy I know when I leave this earth 99.99% of my pictures will be discarded. I take pictures for others to have memories. This weekend I will be taking pictures of Santa and dogs with their owners at a no kill shelter. Then the next Saturday I will taking pictures of a big Christmas party at a Children's home. I do this for nothing except for the satisfaction knowing I have given future memories for others. I think back of my youth where there are only a few pictures of my friends.
I use my Canon 5D M3 with a Tamaron 28-300 lens but any camera will collect enough photons to create a memory for those that would have none.