Cabo (2017) continuing to look through older photos

 By: EinPa : September 16th, 2021-16:54
Taken from the pacific side

Beautiful photograph. Regards Kev.

 By: kev09 : September 16th, 2021-18:07

Great photo, it balances real well the power of these stones with the sense of freedom it gives to the viewer! ;-) Thanks for sharing.

 By: FabR : September 16th, 2021-18:14

The archive is a rich mine...

 By: cshimokita : September 16th, 2021-21:00

I have not been to Cabo, but is seems that all my friends have ;-)

Lovely sky and sharp focus complement your composition...



I’m curious

 By: EinPa : September 16th, 2021-23:32
If you saw a photo and didn’t know who posted it, would you be able to guess which were mine?

It is a little different from the photos you normally post here... "Not that there is anything wrong with that"

 By: cshimokita : September 17th, 2021-01:14
BUT given a multiple choice of photographers who regularly post here plus the stated location, you would be on a short list ;-). Why do you ask, did you discover that you're not the photog? Casey

PS: I wouldn't picture you on a jet ski as well smile 

Mainly because I’m curious to know if there is something that runs thru the various photos

 By: EinPa : September 17th, 2021-01:48
I post that create an artistic signature.
It’s obviously a goal for me

Part of MY core photography is landscape-ish... (link added)

 By: cshimokita : September 17th, 2021-05:29

which encompasses a variety of subject matter, still I try to give myself the freedom to utilize unfamiliar styles.

A photographer who is always in focus, well exposed, following composition rules or variations on a rule might have a difficult time with artists like Daidō Moriyama or the style of a Bruce Gilden... the artistic style of a Norman Rockwell might not appeal to current photogs and forget about the images of Nathaniel Currier & his business partner James Merritt Ives.

Photo workshops almost always preach that one must develop their own 'style'... there are pros and cons to that approach.  At the same time we tend to shoot in similar ways based on history and where we are at in that moment... we find our own approach to photography.

The trick might be to break away, try something different... yet remain true to our inherent approach.



Gorgeous scenery, great postcard.

 By: amanico : September 16th, 2021-22:14

Took that picture right down the middle on a jet ski…awesome

 By: myles721 : September 16th, 2021-22:15
Kind of reminds me of Montauk…