Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “windmill

Windmill Sunset

Windmill Sunset

 

Sometimes there are gems almost in your back yard. This scene is only a couple of miles from my house. Every night it plays out with different colours and light.

In the best light…

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Sam’s Ten Tips–#3–One Is The Loneliest Number

Earlier this year I attended an Oopoomoo.com workshop in Trochu, Alberta at the historic St Ann Ranch. The workshop was named Badlands, Buicks and Old Buildings and our instructors were Darwin Wiggett and Samantha Chrysanthou. One of Sam’s presentations was called Ten Tips. Here’s my take on her exercises.

Morning Windmill

 

One Is The Loneliest Number

You can work single subjects either in the landscape – a lone tree or building for example – or silhouette them against the sky. (more…)


Sam’s Ten Tips–Split The Difference

Earlier this year I attended an Oopoomoo.com workshop in Trochu, Alberta at the historic St Ann Ranch. The workshop was named Badlands, Buicks and Old Buildings and our instructors were Darwin Wiggett and Samantha Chrysanthou. One of Sam’s presentations was called Ten Tips. Here’s my take on her exercises.Windmill And Field

#1 Split the difference

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A Drive On A Wintery Day

Winter Trees

We went out for a drive the other day. For a change, we took my wife’s car. I grabbed my camera but find it less convenient to work with all of my equipment from her car. In a bout of laziness, I decided to give myself a  self assignment; To shoot with only one lens for the day.

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