After my initial posting, I found myself motivated to revisit Spring Creek trail with more intention to pay attention to Raj’s (XDrive ) high speed lesson. He noted that this high speeds allows the photographer to freeze motion as it permits “only a fraction of a second for the sensor to ‘see’ the scene” and the sensor “is going to record things at standstill even though they are moving.”
Thank you Raj…this lesson plan opened up a whole new visual world as well as shed some light into the importance of intention and attitude within the creative process of photography.
glowing soap bubbles on a rainy Sunday
Those clouds form grandly
high in the sky, but owe it
all to passing winds ~ Issa*
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The Spring of My Life
Trans: Sam Hamill