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This image, taken at Yosemite, has been juried into the A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX, OPEN Exhibition. Juror was Dan Burkeholder. In the mid 1990's I took a workshop of Dan's on digital printing techniques for making large negatives for use in alternative processes for Platinum prints. He's a great photographer and teacher. CLICK HERE to see the final selections for the exhibit, which opens on November 27th.
Here's another view/version of the restored Santa Fe Depot taken with the Tamron 10-24mm wide angle lens adapted to the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera. Comments are welcomed.
Been testing a new (for me) Tamron 10 to 24 mm wide angle lens adapted to the Sony a6000 camera.
The above shot of the restored Santa Fe Depot, is a six image panorama stitched within Adobe Lightroom. Focal length was about 12mm and is the probable cause for the slight barrel/bulging effect.
I intend to reshoot the scene with the Sony 16mm lens for comparison purposes. Assuming we get another clear night sky in the very near future. Overall, I'm pleased with the lens/adapter combination. Comments are welcomed.
When I got serious about learning photography in the late 1960's and early 1970's, I studied and read books by Ansel Adams, The Daybooks of Edward Weston, and many other renowned photographers of the time. Throughout the years I was fortunate to attend various workshops by such great photographers/teachers as Cole Weston and Jerry Ulesmann. Today, I still attend as many workshops as I can that help me to understand the latest technology in digital photography. The internet is a great resource to learn from others, and why I follow well known professional photographers and teachers such as, Moose Peterson, Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, Serge Ramelli, and Matt Kloskowski. For example, I just read a short comment on Moose Peterson's website about "Seeing" that resonated with me and hopefully I can apply to my own photography efforts.
CLICK HERE TO READ HIS BLOG.
While there I would recommend you browse through his entire website.
NEVER stop learning what you are passionate about.