I was recently interviewed along with 17 other incredible photographers by the team at Borrowlenses.com to discuss some words of inspiration and imagery for the Fall season. Below is my contribution to that post along with the link back to the original article with every other amazing image from the rest of the talent!
"Many of you are probably excited for fall – the colors, the low light, and the dramatic weather all help us achieve stunning images. Start the season right with some words of wisdom from 18 working photographers and their visual expressions of what the harvest season means to them. Share yours with us in the comments at the end!"
“The irony is since moving to California is I’ve not really shot anything “fall” like. That being said, the colors of the sunsets in fall are absolutely stunning! This particular shot was taken at Bombay Beach in California using a Nikon D800 with aTamron 24-70mm f/2.8 at f/22 at an ISO of 160. The shot was actually a 30 second exposure to eliminate most of the motion and rippling in the water. What was amazing was the birds in the image were patient and well behaved enough to hold still for me! When shooting a longer exposure, a sturdy tripod is a MUST as well as uing a remote or intervalometer to even further reduce the amount of motion/impact on your camera.” – David Crewe