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Lake - 4x5 Camera - 120mm Fujinon lens - Provia 100F film - Late afternoon light.
This is probably my favorite photo from the trip. Having not been in the park for almost 12 years,
it only made me want to come back again very soon and not have that much time slip by ever again!
*Tunnel View with a 210mm on a 4x5 camera, about 12 yrs. ago.
Below a view from
what I believe is the same spot as the where the winter image was taken, but
with much less
water in the Merced river due to the drought conditions that exist this year. Hopefully we'll have a good winter!
The image below was taken with a 72mmXL Schneider Super Angulon lens on my Linhof Tecknikarden 4x5 camera
Film: Fujichrome Provia 100F
The image below
was taken on the day we were leaving, after walking around with my new Nikon
digital camera, I came upon this and decided that a 4x5 photo of the scene was necessary!
Lens: 72mmXL on Provia 100F film
We had wanted
to go to Glacier Point, but stopped at Washburn Point, which is just before
to get this view and because there weren't many other people around. I'd like to get back to this
point when there is more dramatic weather present!
**Nikon D100 digital images taken on this trip will be posted on their own page. Up soon!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the images.
Ok, here's one just for the fun of it. I quickly put 3 images together that were taken with the Nikon D100 Digital Camera.
With a view like
this, one visit in not enough!!! Gotta go back.
If you were wondering
what these pages are doing on a commercial photography related
site, it's mainly just for fun and hopefully the viewing pleasure of my visitors and friends.
And to show that there's more to my photography then just shooting buildings.
is something that I as a photographer have always enjoyed.
The challenge to get that great shot is always there and I'll continue to pursue these more
over the years to come.