The Texas Capitol building at night is lovely.
Here’s the second statue we photographed in our light levels session at the Texas Capitol.
Taken with a point-and-shoot camera, a few years ago; no tripod.
Looks as if the bronco is actually rearing up.
Again, this photo was taken with the camera on a tripod. Obviously, I have a lot to learn. Still, the result isn’t too bad. Maybe. If you squint, again.
In our light level photography session, we focused on two statues at the Texas Capitol. This statue is on the south lawn of the Capitol, near the entrance to the building.
All three of these photos were taken with the camera on a tripod. The hazy effect in the last photo was not the intended result. However, looking on the bright side, my statue photograph has “movement.” Looks as if he is actually riding. Maybe. If you squint.
A group of photographers met at the Texas Capitol where we took photos at different light levels. Now that I’m taking more photographs with my new camera, one thing I notice is how hazy the sky is a lot of the time. In my mind, the sky is blue, blue, blue; in my photographs, only sometimes. These two photos were taken just minutes from each other, just before sunset. The sky is ever changing.