Two Different Images, One Location…
Yesterday I received word that two of my images were accepted for a group show at the A Smith Gallery in Texas. There was a call for artist submissions for an exhibit themed “Water”. I chose to submit a couple of images I had shot in the past year out at Radnor Lake. As you will see below, the images are very different from each other.
The first image, Radnor Lake – Time Motion series, was shot during the summer last year and uses a technique I have been experimenting with some what. I shoot long exposures and multiple exposures while walking and combine them “in-camera” to capture a sense of motion.
The second accepted image was shot in the last throes of last year’s winter. A ice storm came through the night before and I wanted to get out and shoot early. There was a heavy fog covering the state park which helped add mood to the scene I wanted to shoot. I actually positioned my tripod in the middle of the creek and low to capture the image below.
Two different images, one location…which do you like the best?