Taking the perfect flare photo has been a project of ours for sometime. We haven’t mastered it yet, but we like to try. For instance…for this photo, we hiked up Enchanted Rock: a state park a couple hours from Austin, Texas. It’s a steep hike that requires walking up a dome like rock to a fantastic view. We took this flare photo at the top after waiting for the right moment. We were quite excited to capture the silhouette of people doing a variety of things at the top…from enjoying the sunset to looking at their cell phone. Also we have some more photography links that we are sure you’ll enjoy. Have a wonderful weekend!
- Amazing is all I can say about this very cool project involving Photographs of Models of Photographs of Abandoned Buildings via PetaPixel.
- We think some of the best photography involves the outdoors, so we love this camping and hiking photo board from PhotoShelter.
- Although we love flares, sometimes you just don’t want them. So we found this article about The Value of Lens Hoods from Photo Review to be a great read.
Do you have a favorite place to watch the sunset? What do you think of these Friday links? Leave a comment…we would love to hear what you think!
You might also like: