Let’s Turn This Around
One of the upsides of a large photo walk is getting to meet other photographers in your area. On the downside, that also means if you are trying to take photos, it’s hard to take a photo without having another photographer accidentally walk into your shot. Sometime it takes a little patience to get the shot you want.
For example, this photo of a railway turntable was a shot that I wanted. Of course, I was not the only one. I took my shot, but after reviewing it, I was not quite happy with it. After focusing on something else for several minutes, I was able to return and get the shot I want. I think it paid off. What do you think?
Photo Details: The railway turntable at the Vintage Train Station in Grapevine, Texas. Taken during the Scott Kelby’s Fifth Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. 3 exposure (+/-3EV) HDR shot handheld using Canon EOS 7D and Sigma 8mm Fisheye. Tonemapped using Photomatix details enhancer option. Processed in Lightroom to increase clarity, vibrance, reduce distortion from the fisheye, and crop. Converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro.
All comments or criticism are, as always, welcome.