Landscape Photography – An Interesting Perspective

I’m planning a little scouting trip for the week of June 14th. I’ll be driving to the Texas Hill Country northwest of Austin, Texas and spending the week scouting locations for a photo safari in the fall. This is the same area of the state that I shot the image below and I’m looking forward to documenting some of the great landscape locations in my favorite part of Texas.

This is my first extended trip since my lower back problems developed in 2007 and I’m really excited about following in the footsteps of our official Texas State Photographer, Wyman Meinzer. If you’ve never seen his beautiful landscape and nature work you should pick up a copy of Texas Highways magazine and take a close look. You can also follow his work on his blog and web site.

And yes, I jumped from rock to rock with my camera and tripod just to get this shot.

An Interesting Perspective

An Interesting Perspective
Copyright © 2009 Jeff Lynch Photography
Shot taken with a Canon EOS 50D set on aperture priority (Av) using an EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM tripod-mounted. The exposure was taken at 24mm, f/18 for 1/25th of a second at ISO 100 on Lexar Professional digital film. Post capture processing was done entirely in Lightroom 2. Click on the image above for a larger version.

4 thoughts on “Landscape Photography – An Interesting Perspective

  1. What a wonderful picture. This belongs in a photography book… you know.. the coffee-table-book kinda books…
    I love the way you composed and framed it.

    • Not that you’d notice from the Sierra Nevada’s but yes, all of 1500′ above sea level. I know, I know. Your driveway has more slope than that but hey, for Central Texas, 1500′ is nosebleed altitude. 🙂

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