Photography 101: Water

Birch Bay, WA.  I was standing on the beach trying (and failing) to get a panorama shot of the beach this year.



November 16, 2014 · 12:07 pm

8 responses to “Photography 101: Water

  1. Panorama shots are challenging for me, too! I guess the only thing to do is to keep practicing. 🙂

    • Absolutely! I have used the panorama options on my phone a few time with moderate success. That and editing can result in some interesting photos. I have “stitched” photos together successfully as well. Thanks for stopping by and saying hello.

      • That’s great! I have put (real, actual, printed, old-fashioned :D) photos together manually. A memorable one is from the CN Tower in Toronto.

      • Now that also exciting. I still have my dad’s film camera… hmmm.

      • Yes! My dad has offered up his ancient SLR. Well, I suppose ancient is relative but it’s at least 40 years old. The question is, where to find film?

      • Indeed. That was my question as well. I’m sure you can though.

      • I haven’t looked for film lately but I assume photography shops should have it. Some of the stores around us (not photography ones) will still develop film. Even slides! I overheard a conversation of someone getting a set made a earlier this year and could barely believe my ears. The last (and only) time I developed slides was in the late 80s!

      • Same here. took a class in the late 80’s. I have a ton of slides I need to get printed that my dad took back in the 60’s & 70’s. Your right about the developing, only two places here and one of them sends out (to the first one :)).

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