A few years ago, I watched someone’s drone footage of a fleet of gorgeous tall ships in Lake Superior descending on Duluth like the city was being sacked by pirates. It was the Festival of Sail, and I’ve been trying to go ever since seeing that. Last year it was in Tacoma and I actually went to Washington for it and ended up missing it. This year it was in Lake Erie, only an hour away. We were a little disappointed to find all the ships moored with furled sails when we got here. I guess you have to be here before or after the festival when they’re arriving or leaving, if you’re looking for epic shots. But they also had the world’s largest rubber duck so it was ok. Just a bunch of ships from the War of 1812 and an awkward looking rubber duck the size of the Grand Canyon. Great situation all around. @markbeltavski
The most valuable piece of advice I’ve been given in regard to my creative process so far is “once you have mastered the ability to read natural light and fully understand how vital it is in the creative process, it is only then that you will fully understand photography”. It’s so much more than just executing an idea or portraying an emotion. It’s technical, mathematical and scientific and there’s still so much to be learnt. -
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