I had been to Penticton, British Columba a couple of times before my last trip this past summer, however it was on this tip I really fell in love with the place. On my pervious visits, it was always a day trip. This summer I had the pleasure of spending a few days there and I got the chance to really take a look around and see what the place had to offer. I am 100% a city guy, however I could see my self living in a town like Penticton.
When I shot this photo I was just walking back to my car. I stopped to shoot the scene and thought if I waited till some people came walking by and caught them right in the middle of those trees it would be a better photo. I think I was right :).
Camera: Canon 6D & 50mm 1.4 ~ Settings: f/14 – 1/100th – ISO 800
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Yeah I agree. The people enhance the wonderful perspective. M
Thank you 🙂
Everything about this picture is just perfect. I love the silhouettes of the trees.
Thank you very much! Glad you like it :).
another winning post – the image is so beautiful!
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Hello Rob, I’m enjoying your blog. I love your photos they are really crisp and clear, great compositions and contrasts. I am blogging about my new residency and need to photograph my textile samples throughout the process. Could you give me some tips on how to photograph textiles, my images just look really flat.
Thank you Lucille. The easiest way to improve your final product when it comes to your photos would be to run them through a program like photoshop, lightroom or aperture 3. If you don’t have any of those, try iPhoto and if you don’t have that you could use the Snapseed app, which is available for free on Apple & Android :). A LITTLE bump in contrast & saturation will go a long way ;).
Many thanks Rob, very helpful!
Any time! ;).