“Alice” – Lempster, NH – Colleen Dubois – Featured Photographer
Charlie’s Super Fantastic Photo Tip of the Day: Photograph an everyday object from a different perspective.
This is great example of an image that is sitting in front of each and every one of us right now, but rarely do we take the time to look for it. If any of you have images of ordinary objects feel free to post them in the comments section and I will be sure to be one of many to take a look. In the meantime head on over to www.cduboisphotography.com to view more of her great work.
Well, this was taken in August In Lempster, NH sitting on the dock of my mom’s camp on Long Pond. I took the opportunity to read a book, and had my camera in my lap. I stopped and looked up and the clouds seemed to be in the right place and I wanted to capture that time. I had my Canon EF 17-85, set on 17mm, ISO at 1600 because I wanted to catch the grain in the book as best as I could…so you can almost feel the pages. F20 and Shutter 1/800. And I guess the rest was luck. I named it ‘Alice’ because I was reading ‘ALICE I HAVE BEEN’, which is the story of the girl that ‘Alice in Wonderland’ was written about.
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