Here is part 2 of my husband's photography on his camping trip.
Well ladies and gentlemen :::drum role::: this is a second post on TheLifeofaNotSoOrinaryWife.com!!! I must be the most amazing husband ever to receive this honor!
I have some more pictures that are more fun parts of the trip. As I said in part 1, I learned a lot about our camera, and the things I could do with it. I hope you like some of these pictures, because I was blown away, and had a blast learning/doing it.
The first picture is from our night at Alabama Hills. I laid the camera on a rock, set the exposure to 30 seconds (i think that's how you say it), and Clay walked over half way through with his headlamp on. Also in the middle my brother Albert moved, and created a black blur.
This next picture is Clay's Suburu in Titus Canyon. This Suburu was a beast the whole trip.
Next we have Teakettle Junction. I didn't know this was here until we drove up to it. If I had, I would've brought a teakettle to hang. When we got out, we started talking about how much we needed a kettle for making coffee in the morning. My favorite one had a LOST sticker on it. I also saw some with Japanese on them. Pretty cool.
At The Racetrack, Clay & I went out to take night pictures, and this one is of the moon that night. This was my first time taking night photos.
Here I hiked up a set of rocks in Titus Canyon, set my camera on a 30 second continuous shot. I don't have many pictures of myself, but this turned out kind of cool.
This is me @ The Racetrack (thx Brian).
Lastly, this is a picture of the guys during a flash snowstorm. Actually, I set the exposure to about 20 seconds during the day and took this picture. We thought it was pretty cool.
Welp, I hope you like my pictures, and the posts. Please leave a comment, and check out my facebook page.