“If you’re twenty-two, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel— as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them— wherever you go.” – Anthony Bourdain
There is a special moment in the day. The end of the day. When the sun has set and the sky has not necessarily lost ALL of its color, it might to the naked eye, seem a little too dark for capturing. While the intense colors of a saturated and vibrant sunset are usually the main event, its worth hanging out a little while longer for the after party. The blue hour as its called, is the host to this special club for those fortunate enough to be in a cool location, have a tripod handy, have the time to bracket a few time exposed frames, and a few warm light sources as I had with this quaint little Vermont town!
As luck would have it, I pulled right into town after a day exploring the countryside just after a little rain shower. I’ve always loved what a short little burst of rain can do for a scene 🙂
So I have missed a few weeks in this little audio experiment. So many last minute and time sucking events over at the main gig at HyLite…another place I like to paint with light….that I have had a hard time staying on course. That should change soon though!
I had a day and a half to sneak away a couple of days ago however for an event called PhotoShopWorld up in Orlando. I had all intentions of recording a few clips while I was up there with a few other photographers, manufactures, insructors, etc….but well, that didn’t happen.
I did however, sit in on a few amazing classes, checked out a few cool new toys, and at least get a recording from the phone on the way. Not exactly the kind of quality content I am looking forward to bringing in the future, but still worth a listen.
As always, there are a few links below from some of the things I was chatting about.
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