Time for a new word of the week, ship is this week’s word. I was able to stop by the beach on the my way home and photograph a fishing ship of shore. Maybe this week I’ll be able to get a photo of one of the large cargo ships the often come through Southport.
A couple of houses being relocated to their new location.
One good thing about have kids around, is they make good models for playing with off camera flash. We took a little walk down to the waterway for a few test photos.
Kathryn helped me play with lighting to night. I told her channel her inner MMA fighter.
Making something interesting out of the ordinary.
A local writer contacted me last month to ask about a local band that I photograph at a fundraising concert. She was writing an article for a local magazine and wanted to use my photographs in the article and the editor even used one for the cover.
Time, it’s how we measure parts of our day. We all have the same amount of time in a day. It can’t be stopped and you can’t get it back. We can only make the best of it. Use the time you have wisely.
This week’s word is “measure.” I use a light meter to measure the amount of light that will be hitting the subject I’m photographing.
I have to work in both worlds of Mac and Windows. I don’t see it as a bad thing, but it does make my brain have to switch gears at times.
Stopped by the pier around sunset today. The clouds hid the sun as it set but the waves curled very nicely just as I raised the camera to my eye. You can also see that the tip of the pier is still missing from the last hurricane that passed through.