Like most non-full time photogs, it a struggle, and constant juggle, in finding the time to get out and capture images, let alone edit them later. As a father of 2 young children, husband to a busy wife’s schedule, and my own work, the only free time I can sometimes find is during walks w/ the family in the evening. Luckily we live on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario, which affords a lot of photographic opportunity.
So, as we head out for an evening walk, I usually bring along my camera and a lens or two. That’s it, no tripod, no other gear. Which, when shooting HDR or long exposures, can be quite a challenge. Even if I were to bring a tripod w/ me, the kids end up tugging and playing with it. If not the gear, they are constantly pulling on my leg or impatiently waiting on me to catch up.
Sunset at the Black River inlet and Lake Ontario. Sackets Harbor, NY.
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Nikkor 24-70 2.8
HDR (5 bracketed exposures)
Photomatix and CS5