Saturday, I joined my compadre John Slonina and helped him with his workshop photographing around the Newport, Rhode Island. We started off at Sachuest National Wildlife Sanctuary in Middletown, Rhode Island, where we describe the natural habitat of the area and what could be found in the various seasons, plus make sure that the participants understand basic exposure and composition along with how to read a histogram and to start thinking out-of-the-box. What thinking out-of-the-box is is just don't shoot standing up, vary your position settings focal length to give an individual feel to your pictures.
|The group down on their knees to photograph in Eastham, cottontail in order to get a better perspective, in their picture|
|Sun flare and silhouette of the windmill|
|Sun flare at the schoolhouse|
|Sunset Looking at the Lighthouse on Goat Island|
|Sunrise at Gooseberry Neck in Westport|
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