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Shooting out Your Back Window

The holidays are over and it’s back to a regular work week, which means less time to go out shooting. That’s not such a bad thing as there are always ways to shoot while in the office. The easiest way is to setup a studio and play around with shots inside your office. But for us outdoorsy people that can’t stand being cooped up inside all the time, the simplest option is just to watch whats going on right outside your window. You’d be surprised what a little creativity can accomplish. Now if you’re reading this and looking at the image below you might be saying, it’s easy when you have that kind of backyard. Well in truth I don’t. There was a lot of other things in this image and I’m not ashamed to say that I removed a few ugly buildings. But the point is I was watching the light as it moved down this nice cloud right behind my house and with a few little tricks in the computer, that’s all the story is about.

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In the Camera Bag: Nikon D4, 24-70 AF-S, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

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