Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
Photo 26: Bedrock
Shutter Speed: 1/200
I envisioned people looking at this photo eyeing the possibility this could be a photo taken from miles above the ground. Making small scenes look like large scenes in movies is an actual art form, so maybe this is tapping into that mantra, even though I don't have the thousands of dollars needed for a camera with those capabilities.
This was taken on the beach believe it or not. Northern Minnesota isn't known for it's soft sandy coastlines. The dirt here has a lot of rocks embedded in the layers. Next to the lake, you won't find any dirt...because, water. So this is what we have instead. It wasn't the clearest evening either. Quite a few clouds rolled in just as the sun was setting, so instead of beaming light reflecting off the rock, we get this cold dark view.
I don't know why I kept my ISO up that high. Could have just lowered the shutter speed. Nothing was moving after all; it's just rock. On a side note, my mom told me my photos have been getting better. Only took 26 of them!
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Just being clear, The words make the money, the photos are just an ego boost.