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Finding good locations.

Published July 26th, 2011

Finding a good location can be difficult. Between work and family, it can sometimes be hard to get out and be creative. I live in dry flat land country, and in order to get a decent image i have to drive several hours, but with gas prices the way they are I am going to have to come up with different ways to be creative closer to home. For example, early mornings or late afternoons, and maybe late evenings. I will continue to experiment and post my images for you all to hopefully enjoy.

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avfreq
Nero  about 4 years ago
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I'm glad you brought that up (macro). Actually I have been contemplating shooting macro. I have been interested in macro photography for some time now. The only thing holding me back was the price of the lens. I shopped around today and found a really nice Canon lens. It's the 100mm F2.8L IS USM lens; reviews appear to be very good. Do you or anyone else have any experience with this lens? I think macro is going to be a very good option and or addition for the area I live in. I also enjoy photographing storms and lightning, but because of the drought this year my options have been very limited.
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Frank Dietrich  about 4 years ago
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I know what you mean :-)
Maybe you should change your subject from landscape to people or smaller subjects (macro)!