You Tell Us to Shoot, We Ask How High?
A lot of times, you may see an absolutely beautiful shot and never even realize some of the complexities behind its capture. Today, let's discuss elevation.
This is a gorgeous view right? Well, believe it or not it could be even better.
Brett used a 30 ft pole cam and shot from a elevated position in order to showcase the exquisite view of the lake hiding just behind the house. Utilizing the exquisite sensor performance of the Nikon D800 coupled with a very fast Nikon lens and photographing this home at the exact right time of day under ideal conditions, Brett was able to create this stunning image:
Sometimes you have to elevate your photography!
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