I called Yosemite home for about three and a half years. Although I no longer live there, I still have a very deep connection with the park. When you live in a place you begin to understand subtle details that may not have been present at first glance. Yosemite is nature's cathedral and one of it finest gifts.
Defiantly something different to what I usually post or even Photograph, but that may change. Not discriminating the Landscape and Wildlife Photography I find the genre I like the most, but urban art appeals to me as well so I'm teaching myself all about it. This photograph was just some garbage I took when I was testing my new macro lens. But recently I've been going through all my old and unappealing photographs and decided to experiment with them in Lightroom like this on for instance. This turned out looking pretty good in my opinion and look out for some new and different types of photographs that I'll be processing and experimenting with. Next will be a project as I head to the @cityofperth to start my journey into urban photography and I hope to learn a lot from the mistakes I make and to make sure I'm being original and different as possible because I focus on keeping my photographs looking like no other, don't be a sheep. Because a lot of people are 😴🐑 Canon 6D + EF SIGMA APO MACRO 150mm F2.8 EX DG HSM -------------------------------------------- #canonaustralia#sigma#sigmamoment#art#artist#artistic#artistsoninstagram#blackandwhite#photography#flowers#shutterbugpix#viewbug#artofvisuals#highsnobiety#ausphotomag#different#photos#digitalartist#digital#digitalart#lightroom#postproduction
One of the most terrifying things I remember doing with @bradgobright was rapping into China doll in upper dream canyon on a fixed line that was soaking wet and encased in ice... Anything for the send! Here he is on a all gear ascent of China doll, 5.14a.