Did you know Charlotte is home to the nation’s first gold rush? A local business man discovered gold nuggets on his farm, leading to the area’s first mine near present-day Bank of America Stadium. #discoverclt 📸: @carfogle
It's @photojbartlett again, sharing my favourite images and moments in the Faroe Islands.
This is one of the most stunning locations I've ever photographed. While we could have grabbed the photograph and moved on. It was raining and windy, but our entire group chose to stick it out to admire the view. These moments are why I love traveling, teaching workshops, and spending time in nature.
I have been feeling so thankful for this amazing life we live in Montana. Grateful to all of you who remind me of that 🙏🏻 living in a small town in Montana may not be for everyone, but I couldn't imagine life anywhere else 💞
Following our Arrowhead Traverse journey we were ready for a break. It took us a month before hitting the trails again.
Suddenly it's fall and leaves were crunching beneath our feet as we explored a new-to-us regional park in Bloomington, MN, Murphy Hanrehan.
The biggest change for us on this hike is that Rowan is beginning to take her first unsteady solo steps. Jack was anxious to help her find her trail legs. -
Watching the relationship between brother and sister continue to grow is one of the most beautiful (and sometimes most challenging) part of parenting.
¿Te gustaría conocer los Parques Nacionales de la Región de los Lagos y disfrutar de nuestro hotel? Tenemos un plan perfecto para todos los amantes de la naturaleza. -
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* Volcán Osorno, Parque Nacional Vicente Pérez Rosales.
Amazed by this! 🔥🔥 #WeReLost
Just sick 📷 by @outofthewoods - This photo was a labor of love! I absolutely loved this scene but to capture it wasn't as easy as taking one photo. It was really dark where my camera was set up, the rocks around me were very dark, to get the sky exposed properly meant the rock was straight black, and vice versa, if I exposed for the rock, the sky was white as snow. I see a lot of photos on IG with blown out skies, I know it's kinda popular right now, but I personally don't care for it much. I like capturing more like what my eyes saw in that particular scene. So here's how I made this one. .
- I took 4 photos of different exposures, one for the rocks around me, one for the stack ahead of me, one for the sky and one for the water. .
- I then used the hdr function built into lightroom to blend them, and it did a pretty good job, but not perfect. .
- I then brought the photo into photoshop. Here I fixed a bunch of spots where the merge of the different exposures wasn't quite clean enough. I spent a bunch of time with the clone stamp tool cleaning the rock (where I had a nasty sun flare at) and also fixing the water in the foreground, where the auto blend hadn't quite got it right. .
- the final step was to bring it back to lightroom where I did some final sharpening, Dodge and burning, and color correction.
Overall I'm very pleased with how it came out, and I hope you enjoy it as well! I will be posting on my story the photos I took that lead up to this final image. If you have any questions please feel free to ask!
@hikeolympic @theolympicpeninsula #OnTheOlympicPeninsula .
Location- Ruby Beach, WA
Camera - Sony A7ii and Sony Zeiss 16-35 f/4 -
Ходили белок кормить, а они не пришли. Первый раз на этом месте и небыло😒
Лес совсем скоро полностью пожелтеет, я в ожидании 😁
В профиле отписок уйма, оно и не удивительно - контента нет, но есть некая взаимосвязь почему его нет. Инстаграм два года назад мотивировал снимать и выкладывать, сейчас демотивирует. Очень сильно. Со всеми этими темами с выдачей в ленте и тотальной монетизацией совсем все для меня сомнительно. «Да пофиг на лайки, выкладывай и.т.д» , с этим я не совсем согласен. Когда начала набираться аудитория, мне стало интересно снимать не только для себя, но и для Вас. Но я постараюсь не уйти от сюда, если конечно Инстаграм ещё что-нибудь не выкинет интересного 😁
The other day I posted about how tiring it is to be on the road full time. I won't lie, it still is, but things are better now.
I never ever thought I'd say this, but I think all I needed was a break IN a city. A few days to get anything you want without difficulty, without having to worry about setting up camp, the weather, or the ice in the cooler. A few days without a camera! Oh, it's liberating!
But here is the thing, this city wasn't any city, it was Portland, OR. I truly love it! As a solo foreign female traveler out west, I often wonder why people start conversations with me (self defense kicks in). And in #Portland they do that because they are Portlanders. What a vibe. I want to move, anyone hiring?
📷: Beautiful maple tree displaying its fall colors somewhere in Pennsylvania. 🍁
Remarkable hike over this past weekend up to Mt. Tom in Northern California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains with my friend @mario.cecchetti. Excited to share some of the incredible shots we were able to snap during our journey over the next week or so! 🌲🏔 #staytuned