Yosemite National Park Road in Yosemite Valley, United States
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- Early one morning while waiting for the light to appear at Yosemite National Park epic Tunnel View, I decided to exercise a different perspective. I looked into the Tunnel. As this was a very snowy/icy day, there was very little traffic and it was easy to hear it approaching so I set up for a long exposure picture looking down into the Tunnel to capture it’s vanishing perspective lines.
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- We had just completed a strenuous hike, and all of us were so exhausted until we stumbled across deer in our path. They were just minding their business, not worried about us in anyway. I immediately snapped the photo of one of them crossing and continued to walk toward camp. It certainly was such a sweet moment!
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- I visited Yosemite in the summer of 2016. After a long hike, we drove to watch te sunset on Glacier Point. There were so many people around us, but I saw this one man standing alone on a steep cliff, with the light of the evening sun on his face. The image shows the natural beauty of Yosemite Valley and the huge size of the canyon.
- I’ve quickly discovered that Yosemite National Park is the Disneyland for outdoor enthusiasts and creatives. This is one of my first trips to the park after driving six and a half hours through the night from Los Angeles. At the time I was working a retail job that ended around 10:00PM at night. So I would leave with my wife after my shift and drive through the night to spend my day off at Yosemite. This was captured just after we woke up after a quick hour nap in our cramped Honda Accord. 21 24mm photos stitched together.
Yosemite National Park
- I met this gentleman, who has been photographing Yosemite for the past 30 years, as I was about to leave the park. I could spend hours talking to him about photography, he explained to me how he uses the large format film camera, told me stories about old times and more. The work that he puts into his photos is amazing.
- We were traveling down the west coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles. We finally broke away from the fog and were able to see beyond 100ft in front of us so we decided to stop at the first pullover stop we saw. Much to our amazement, we were looking down on one of the most beautiful scenes we’ve ever witnessed. It was so tranquil that we actually spent about a half hour just sitting there watching in silence.
- While walking along Lake Tahoe, I came across this small inlet. It was called Secret Cove and is the only sanctioned nude beach on the eastern Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. There were 3 people sunbathing on the beach which is just below the bushes at the bottom of the picture. I respected their privacy and moved on. To learn how to take pictures like this, read my educational blogs at www.sharetimsphotos.com.
- Some friends and I visited San Francisco this past spring and came to Lands End to enjoy the waves and the sand. It was pretty windy/cold but we had tons of fun walking/jumping around. We sat on some nearby logs for a rest and took photos of what were seeing. I snapped a bunch of photos of everyone, caught this one of my friend gazing off at the bridge into the distance. This reminds me of fun times surrounded with friends in a new place, wondering about the future (which actually ended up being right back in SF!)
Golden Gate Bridge
- How lucky I am. This shot was taken from the Car, when I was on the bridge. Luckily the traffic was slow moving due to a busy day. While most of the days are foggy near the bridge, somehow this Seagull added an extra layer beauty to this man made marvel. I strongly believe in the composition, probably that adds more creativity than rest of the photography technics. I don’t mind, passing the same bridge 1000 times, to get different compositions and dimension to experience the world in multiple bliss.
- We started off full of energy on our backpacking trip. Dasha the labrador bursting with excitement, running up and down the trail. We hiked up and down and up and down the huge rolling green coastal mountains that are iconic to central California. We trekked through thick forests and crossed icy rivers that were waist deep. Dasha was no longer dancing, she was chugging and I had to take the weight off her dog-pack and carry it in mine. A couple hours before sunset, we found a perfect spot by the water to set up camp. Together we spent the rest of the afternoon chilling with the trees.
Death Valley National Park
- We only had time for a quick detour into Death Valley National Park on our way home from the Eastern Sierras. After spending most of our trip under overcast skies and in freezing temperatures, DVNP was a shock to our systems. Even under the brightest sun, this place is all about layers and textures and color. I look forward to seeing it again.
- I woke up early one morning while I was staying on the coast of California to see the sunrise. The colors in the sky were unreal. I wanted to capture the peaceful calmness of the view, so I shot the wave breaking with a slow shutter, giving it that soft, peaceful feel. Takes me back every time I look at it.
- On the set of Lucifer on Netflix, we go to a lot of locations, including churches. While in between scenes or while my actors are changing the clothes that I set in their room, I snap photos of the architecture and interesting locations. The shapes of this building were so detailed that I needed a good photo. Did I capture it?
- While wondering around filming in Venice Beach I took a second, stepped back and took in the moment. Then I switched to camera mode and snapped this photo without truly dialing in the correct settings. When I got to editing the photo I actually enjoyed how it came out. The blurred facing and all. It gives light to know specific person so you can envision yourself as the guy or guy headed to catch some waves on a beautiful sunny Cali day.
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