Tuesday, November 6, 2012


ISO 100, f/22, 13 Seconds, 35mm
  Finding time to shoot has been a challenge lately. Why today I took a day off and was planning on going to Tremont in the Smokies to do some shooting. Well, I wake up and it's raining. What do they say about the best laid plans?
  Well, last week I got an opportunity to take a few shots before going into work. There was a great morning fog crawling across the lake and there was  a test boat still tied up to the floating dock that made for a neat scene.  A long, 13 second exposure flattened out the water and created a bit more detail in the reflection of the dock and the boat.
  There was just a hint of blue and yellow light just before the sun was about to come up.


  1. Really nice long exposure work, Jerry. Beautiful scene!

  2. This is a very powerful picture, Jerry! The fog and the rising sun really work together to create a highly dramatic feel here, and you've done a splendid job in capturing that and sharing it here!