My last shot from an incredible day in Nikko this is the famous Shinkyo Bridge.
I was looking forwards to shooting here but when I got here I was surprised by how close this was to a main road! It wasn't quite the tranquil location I had expected it to be. Lucky for me a group of young ladies dressed in traditional Kimonos were on the bridge just at the right time so it made for a great shot even if it wasn't quite the location I was expecting.
So to summarise this set of shots from Nikko I would 100% recommend going there but make sure to get off the beaten track, rent a car and go looking for the less known spots.
Had an awesome day today attending my first ever insta meet, it was a great opportunity to interact with likeminded creative people gaining knowledge as well as sharing good vibes and a great time! Looking forward to the next one This was shot on a Nikon D7200 in Trocadéro
Tudo na vida sempre vibra a partir de mim, em conflito ou em Paz. E somente quando eu eu me desamarro emocionalmente e encontro um pouco de coerência mental no que está acontecendo é que eu consigo dar um passo de Mudança e oportunizar a Transformação na minha vida e em tudo a minha volta. Se eu misturar emoções tumultuadas com rígidas certezas pessoais, em Mês de Dragão e Ano de Cachorro, a briga vai ser feia e muitos serão os machucados.
Sneak peak at a few clips of our adventures over the past month! Can't wait to continue collecting content over the next 12 months with @johnny_hendrikus then spending some serious time editing and making this my best work yet! Watch out NZ, we're coming!
While perhaps lately the sunsets haven’t been that memorable and the few that turned out nice haven’t been easy to predict, my archives remind me of how many great sunsets I saw in LA over the winter months here. From interesting cloud patterns to just deep vivid colors, it feels like I saw it all from November to March and this shot dates back to right after I upgraded my camera body. This was shot on December 10th on a night I witnessed an amazing sunset, with color lingering long after the sun went down. Since moving here, I’ve mostly ditched the neutral density filters and instead extended exposure proportionally as the light got lower and lower, often adjusting ISO a bit to accommodate for it—something my old camera body struggled with mightily. Previously I rarely pushed it past ISO 200 due to noise but with this camera, I’m generally comfortable going to around ISO this 1000 without expecting issues. This sunset was memorable from start to finish and this was towards the end when the rent was most vibrant. Rather than include a tiny piece of pier, I’ve centered this image around the glow from the sun.
December 10th, 2017
When the Sunrise is this dramatic and moody why wouldn't you get your mate to snap out a few photos?
This one is actually a little more recent than my last few shots - sunrise the day before Anzac Day this week.
What is everyone up to this weekend? Anyone heading to Aperture?