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Spent some time with the wife in the wetlands walking and enjoying a great day. There wasn't much activity, but of course I did find a few things to take some shots of. Oh and I save my best shot for last :)
Since I've been getting into my HDR and sunsets I keep my eyes on the clouds and whenever the clouds look interesting I head out to the beach when able. Well this past Saturday the clouds looked liked they would produce some interesting formations and colors so I took the drive to Huntington Beach.
Now the closer I got to the beach the less clouds I saw until I arrived and there wasn't a cloud in the sky, or above and around the beach. I decided to wait it out because things can change, but this sunset wasn't meant to be. Without the clouds or color I decided to get a few shots to bring home and play with, so here is what I came up with.
Its been slow for me since football season has ended mostly to I haven't had a big desire to get out on my own to shoot some sports. Been enjoying the down time and shooting other things, such as my beach sunsets.
Recently I was asked by the paper I shoot for to cover a girls soccer game. Now I was asked to cover Poly and Millikan at Poly, but this game was cancelled due to standing water on the field, so I was directed to Lakewood to cover their game.
Been some time since I've shot some soccer, but it was great being out shooting a game.
Below are a few of my favorites from the game - enjoy.
Can you tell football is over for me. With my added free time I now get to shoot some non-sport stuff, this usually means wildlife from the wetlands or a sunset at either Seal Beach or Huntington Beach.
In this case it was Huntington beach. My son had a very early day at work and got off at 11am, once he came home and cleaned up a bit him and I went out to lunch at a place called Stacked in Cerritos. I've found my new favorite burger place. It was excellent.
What does this have to do with Huntington Beach, well nothing :), but on the way home the clouds were just WOW, so I dropped my son off at home, got my gear, and headed out to Huntington Beach. Now it was early, but I thought I'd get some pier and beach shots from the other side of the pier.
I did stay for a couple of hours waiting for the sunset and as it grew later the clouds started to dissipate, but I stuck it out and took some shots until all the color was gone.
Here are my favorites from this afternoon / evening out.
Yesterday morning while off from work, I was relaxing at home having my first (and only) cup of coffee thinking about what I should do for the day. I did have some Christmas shopping I wanted to do, but once I'm done with that I would have the whole after none open. So while I drank my coffee watching morning cartoons the wife suggested I go to Disneyland and take pictures. So after putting some thought into it I got my gear together and then headed out to take care of my small list of things to do. Once done I headed to Disneyland.
Now initially I thought I'd bring my 300 with me to get some great isolated Bokeh shots, but as I drove I saw the sky had something else in mind. The clouds were nice big fluffy clouds and just screamed for me to shoot some wide and possibly HDR shots. So I brought in my 24-70, along with my tripod to do some shooting.
Now I did play with all of these shots, either doing an HDR or messing around in Topaz.