Wallpaper Week 08/2017
I spent last Weekend in Yosemite, CA. It was a birthday present that my wife gave me. No children, away from home and time to attend a photography class in Yosemite. The class was organized from the Ansel Adams Gallery.
The class was 4 hours long and I took a lot of shots during the class. It was a lot of experimentation with the camera. How to deal with over-exposure, composition, color, white balancing, experiments with aperture priority, etc.
The photo was taken outside the national park. On the way to Yosemite Valley, I stopped on this little bridge. I went down to the river and tried several things with the camera. I enjoyed the white noise of the rushing river. Then I discovered the stone pyramid that somebody left behind. I like those pyramids. They look fragile and solid at the same time. And it seems, that the recent storms didn’t do any harm to it.
About the Image
I used Adobe Lightroom 6.8 to sharpen, crop and increase the contrast of the image.
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