Rural landscapes: where do I fit in?
SURVEYING THE LANDSCAPE NEAR PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA
I liked how the beautiful, snowy, hilly landscape sloped down to the country road; I just knew there needed to be a focal point to the place where your eyes were being guided. So I set the time delay on the camera and galloped back and forth to this spot almost a half-dozen times. This one is where I was best positioned. Converting all the picture except me into black-and-white helped emphasize where you eyes are supposed to start in this scene. (The full-colour photo is here: http://bit.ly/MeAndTheWorld.)
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky
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