I thought it be fun to pick this series up again, particularly as there were 32 previous posts. To kick things off again, I’m starting with a location that is pretty straightforward, as it is a popular tourist stop.
This photo is from about 9 years ago during a vacation, where I was lucky enough to get here nice and early to do some photography before most tourists arrived (this is a very popular spot for tourists).
As I was photographing around this nice little town, a very nice Japanese photographer followed me around shooting from the same locations that I used; when I got to this view, he caught up with me, as I took a number of different shots. He asked me very nicely, if it was okay, if he photographed from this location as well, which I told him was no problem, as every photographer’s view through the lens is unique. One of these years, I’d love to see his images that he captured, as he studied my technique quite a bit 🙂
This image was captured with my Canon EOS 1D MkIII using an EF 24-105mm f/4L lens. Exposure settings were 1/160 second at f/10 and 400 ISO.