Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Central Park Workshop - July 10th

Attended another workshop this month in Manhattan. Just an afternoon to hang out with fellow photographers and let the creative juices flow.

I never know what is going to capture my attention, but I love it when hitting that shutter feels just right.

I don't usually don't consider myself a "nature" photographer, but this particular day, it was difficult not to be captivated by the beauty and refuge that these trees provided.  I mean it was brutally hot that day and we were outside shooting for 4 hours.  Why is there is never a water fountain or a street vendor around when you need one?

This was a fun shot I took after I finally found some water and was sitting down, gulping it down.  It's all about trying out different perspectives, even when not looking through the viewfinder.

I was trying to freeze the water flow with this shot but I think it would work better if I would've had a bigger stream to work with.  Still I like how it came out!

And of course you can't go to Central Park and not witness some fantastic talent.  These musicians were truly great and made my day!

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