The first day of the Junior States is over. I got some fantastic photos, and I can just say, that it depresses me that probably almost no one will buy them. I love how well they turned. I was very fortunate and get my hands on a 150-500mm lens to do the time trial, I was able to get some really good shots. I was thinking of doing a post and showing some, but I don’t have the time to do that now.
I did prepare something yesterday for you.
Next to that shop that I showed yesterday is the house that the guy who owned the shop lived in. It is an amazing house and I had hoped to show more images, but, well I really don’t like the way I photographed it. I don’t know what I was thinking, I took so many photos with the camera on the ground, and I don’t like them. I should have done taken shots with the camera at different levels.
There are a lot of mistakes in the this image. I really rushed it. I didn’t rush the image yesterday, but did the post. Today, I have an image that I rushed to do for you, but have more time for the post.
With this image, I liked the length of the hallway, and then there are the textures on the walls and the ceiling. There is so much pressed tin in this place. If you were after some, there is plenty of it.
The processing has been done much the same as it always has, but I didn’t try and push it too much, and I didn’t do a lot of it. I just did the minimum I thought I could get away with. Sorry, I feel I am cheating you all. Really, it just isn’t a good image. I wish the camera was up just another two feet.