É de doer o pescoço.
📸Canon 6D Mark II , lente 24|105 mim in 24mm ( com corte e edição PS)
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What are your thoughts on Internet Bullies? How do you react to them?
I’ve been overwhelmed the last few days between being sick (I’m still on the tail end), to working on all my client work, to running the Milky Way Chasers Night Sky Awards, working CES and getting a video edited from that for my client, to throwing a HUGE influencer event next week for Shot Show. Add to that personal issues here at home, and then the last couple days of being bullied and harassed. I’m not sure how I found time to edit this actually lol!
I want to thank everyone who has reached out for the amazing support.. it’s definitely been a helping hand through this.. I’ve learned a lot the last few days and the biggest one is that no matter how hard you try, no matter how good your intentions are, there’s always going to be someone not happy. I have to learn to accept that and move on.
This was from a trip in October with my girl missjessbess.. I had seen pictures of this area for a couple years and was determined to find it. I knew generally where it was and had explored looking for it the previous summer with smpetersonphotography & ezumphoto but hadn’t found it... With a call to cecphotos to verify we were in the right direction, turns out I was only off the 1st time by less than a 1/4 mile!
Jess and I hiked out here late afternoon and stayed for hours shooting sunset (which I have amazing photos from and I’ll edit them some day!) and then into the night hoping that the clouds would clear. They never did fully but I still got a great photo of this alien landscape. This is a cropped pano I did 2 horizontal sets of images, cropped to a vertical 4:5. I also used content aware scale to get it to fit into 4:5 for Instagram.
Foreground- 14 images stacked
F11 - F4 (changed as the blue hour did)
Sky 20 images stacked
tokinausa 16-28 28
Processed in LR & PS
Canary Islands, Spain
Teide Observatory, Tenerife
#Teide Observatory is an astronomical observatory on Mount Teide at 2,390 metres (7,840 ft), located on Tenerife, Spain. It is operated by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias since its inauguration in 1964. It became one of the first major international observatories, attracting telescopes from different countries around the world because of the good astronomical seeing conditions.
A mother bear and her two cubs seen in Alaska’s Denali National Park.
The initial stretch of Denali National Park is forested and there is plenty of surrounding vegetation; however, as you get deeper into the park, the tundra becomes more prevalent and only low-lying shrubs and other small plants grow here. This change in vegetation makes it easy to spot any animals in the area, such as bears, wolves, and Dall’s sheep.
Swipe left to see one of the cubs checking the surroundings.
I love photographing your wedding guests having a blast. You put so much effort into planning your wedding day. It’s a wonderful feeling to see those that you care the most about are swept away in the excitement of it all!
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Our first view of the coast we would be hiking. This was the night before we started.
Fun fact: This is at the top of North America’s steepest road. 🚙🕺🏼
Give me all the baby details 💙 Can you tell I could look at this face all day?
Also, shoutout to the lovely @elise_meader for inspiring this half-face portrait.
Welcome to our details loop. Photography is such an amazing tool to capture moments, as well as beautiful details you don’t ever want to forget. Whether it’s the dimples on your toddlers hand, the way your child twirls their hair around a tiny finger, or a favorite toy...the details hold a special place in our hearts. A group of us got together to capture those important little details. Follow along and get inspired to capture your own.
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Street Photographer's Daily Life Vol.5
If you hate something, usually because of you don't understand it enough.
Think differently sometimes, the world might be different than you thought in the past!
One of the very first snow photos I took, was right at this spot. A few days ago, when it was pouring down with giant beautiful snowflakes, I decided to revisit it. I’m really happy with how everything aligned for this split second of a shot, and somehow it feels like a circle closing for me, if that makes any sense to you 😉
More days like this please ✨