So...I've almost finished my adult ed photography class - last one this Monday evening. On Saturday we had a 'field Trip' to
Cornelian Bay. We were encouraged to have a good look around and 'frame up' some photos in our mind's eye before taking any for real photographs.Then to think about the settings for the camera.
We then 'losely' followed a track that took us from the playground around behind the boatsheds to a tiny little beach which gives you a beautiful view of the Tasman Bridge and Derwent River. We walked up over a slight rise and came back along the train tracks. I have to admit this isn't really my thing to take photos of landscapes etc but it was a good day out. In all, I took about 150 photos (27 I like!!) which is no where near as many as everyone else. After we finished a few of us enjoyed a hot drink at the Boathouse (yummo).
When others revealed they had taken 200, 300, 350 photos I immediately thought...oops. But you know what? there's only so much you can photograph in one spot :) Plus I was thinking of having to go through them all at home to choose some to print for our last class. I was actually nicely surprised with some of the pics, I might even enlarge a couple and put them up somewhere!
I'll post the ones I like best.
The last one is my favourite I think.
What do you think?
I welcome feedback and constructive criticism,
helpful hints etc, it all helps.