Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Details in the Cemetery
Another detail I am drawn to at this location is the trees with spanish moss. Since I grew up just south of here, it just feels like "home" to me. The morning light creates great shadows of these trees. This is an example of a good use for a wide angle lens. Even point and shoot cameras have a fairly wide lens and that is why I often carry it with me when I don't carry my wide angle lens. A point and shoot camera is also great for capturing details like signs or names on a tombstone you want to remember but might not care about having a high mega pixel photo.
camellias and details like the ones below. Your camera probably has a macro mode...on Canon cameras it is usually denoted by a tulip on your controls.
camellia bloom lying on this headstone and that is an option if you want to add some color to your photo....add a flower to it. Just a thought.
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