Originally posted by @nikon_photography_
Dinner under the stars
After watching the sunset from the highest dune we could find, we drove deeper into the desert to see the most perfect skies
Nikon D810 | 14-24mm | 10 seconds | F/2.8 | Iso 1600
Back at the High School of Art and Design, I vividly remember that the dark room in photography class was really a place where people went to make out - I instead was super interested in “burning and dodging” and seeing how the chemicals made the image appear on the photo paper.
I never was particularly good at taking photos, but I did have a sense of pride when the teacher said I was getting better. (And I could roll that film on the reel like nobody’s business!)
I was raised to believe that everything in a book had to be true. Books were written by Writers and edited by Editors. They were created by smart, educated professionals who triple-checked everything before the text was printed. This was 1987 and I was fourteen years old, and there was no such thing as a wrong book. —The Impossible Fortress, Jason Rekulak (Simon & Schuster, pg. 139) •
This was a fun, quick, read that was chock full of 80’s nostalgia. I described it as Stranger Things without the creepy supernatural element meets Ready Player One, but that’s probably just because those two things have taken over my 80’s inner child mind and I can no longer dissociate. Read it. Why not? •