OLMSTED POINT, YOSEMITE, USA
Many landscape photographers will admit to intuitively knowing there is a photograph to be made in a particular location and yet finding the securing of it tantalisingly elusive.
This was the case at Olmsted point. There were numerous vantage points that were from my perspective ’close’ but without that ‘final signal’ message needed to commit.
There are numerous fractures and splits in the rock at Olmsted and the tree is well known.
After a fair amount of gazing, I managed to make the aggressive diagonal fit with the more friendly rock and tree.
I was thankful that courtesy of the direct sunlight on to the slab, the reflective fill to the underbelly of the semi oval shaped rock was most welcome.
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I have been shooting beers&snaks 🍺 for a client last week and I just got some time to share the great work with you.😊
🔥 Are there any beer enthusiasts? I will take it as a YES and I will share some precious information about why drinking from a beer glass is so important?
☝ So, if you want the full beer-drinking experience, it’s best to own a glass or two for different types of beer styles. Why? The answer is right in front of you...your nose. Connoisseurs know that using your sense of smell while enjoying this adult beverage enhances the flavor—a missed opportunity when sipping from store-bought packaging.
Engaging your sense of sight is also noted as important. Being able to see the liquid’s color and clarity, as well as bubbles and foam, add to your experience.
Four types of bruschetta are better than just one. 🤗 All that remains is to choose the perfect wine. 🍷 And if you say "dry white" I will say "not bad", but if you say "rosé", then it's a match! 😌
I had a really amazing day shooting these tasty appetizers, what about yourself?