One Building, Many Views

You know how you can go to a place and get overwhelmed with how much there is and how you just want to work with one subject at a time? Well that very thought occurred to me and usually does when I’m in a place like that. I always want to see everything and try and figure out the right spot to be in for the best light, and I don’t want to miss anything. It’s those times that you have to just say to yourself, “alright I’m going to start here and move down that way.”





After the sun rose, I started watching the saloon. It’s one of my favorite buildings in the town for a number of reasons. One being, it has a two story outhouse. Yes many bad jokes have been made about it. The other more obvious reason, it just looks bloody cool. I have found that everything from wide angle exterior shots to small details shots can be obtained with this one building. I never seem to run out of ideas with this building. The light of course makes a huge a difference in bringing out the texture and warmth in the wood.

In the Camera Bag:
Nikon D3, AF-S 24-70 f/2.8, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

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