I just love the Olympus OM E1 camera. This is an image made while doing some camera testing in Zion National Park last weekend. This was shot with a 100-300mm zoom Panasonic lens. I have so many nice images from this park.
I was in Zion National Park a week ago testing out some new cameras. Chris (the Luminous-Landscape) videographer and I stumbled upon a herd of mountain goats. This shot is of the babies. Shot with Olympus OM E1 and a Panasonic 100-300 mm lens. Handheld. Such a joy to work with light weight equipment.
I like to take back roads when I can and after shooting in Zion National Park last weekend I took some back roads and stumbled upon the scene. A rusty tractor in the field. Looks like it just died in place and was never touched again.
Yesterday I was doing video shoot comparing two new cameras for Luminous-landscape. The shoot went well and we compared the two hot cameras today, the fuji X-T1 and the Olympus O-EM1. On the easy back for an amazing shoot in Zion National Park we stumbled upon what could be best described as a tourist trap. It was all roped of and obviously closed for the season. However that didn’t stop me from shooting from the road and parking lot. I was setting up the shot and just like that a rooster appeared in the frame at the exact correct position. I did the shot and thanked the rooster. Seem the rooster has done this before.
Two years ago I lead a workshop in Bali. We visited some amazing location and one of these was the Tanah Lot Temple. This temple is joined to the land by a rock and can only be accessed at low tide. Sunsets here are spectacular.
Today is a spring like day. Tomorrow we are supposed to get 3 inches of snow. This is the way I pinch myself so I am ready for the cold again.
Been very busy on a numb rod projects and haven’t done os well this past week keeping up with the posts here. I was once again going through my old images and came upon one I like a lot. This is from a project I am still working on called Rusty Abstracts. Rust and old peeling paint make for some great images.