With the end of Daylight Saving Time this weekend this is a great time of year for evening photography. I headed out towards the airport area with my camera for Day 3 of Thirty Days 2013. When I first arrived the wind was blowing, when I left it was howling as a front prepares to head into Colorado. Just before heading out this evening I grabbed my fisheye lens which I haven’t used in a little while and wanted to see what I could come up with using this speciality lens. I parked under the arrivals for Denver International and decided to point the camera towards the fast moving clouds above me capturing this image with a thirty second exposure.
A picture tells a story. With so many ways to tell a story, a picture not only communicates the vision I see but allows viewers to interpret the story in their own way.
The enjoyment of communicating stories through images has been with me since I was young, and it has grown over the years. Working as a software implementation consultant and now photographer my business and artistic knowledge allows me to look at projects from a a center point. This balance lets me refine my photographic vision and tell the necessary story which will make your next project exciting and successful.