This past summer we were able to spend a few days in the mountains in central Idaho, at New Meadows, which is near McCall. The mountains are, for me, one of my favorite places and I always feel refreshed after some time in the clean, clear air, breathing in the smell of pine trees. I enjoy the mornings, when the air is particularly crisp and clear, even in the summer. There's something about being in the mountains that waking up early isn't as much of a chore, but something to be looked forward to, especially with a nice big mug of hot chocolate!
While in New Meadows we rented a beautiful cabin and got together with family, some of whom we had not seen for quite some time. One morning I woke up early and made the below image while there was still some morning mist in the valley:
It's actually a panorama, three images stitched together.
Shutter Speed: 1/160s
Focal Length: 70mm
Lens: Canon EF70-200mm f/4L
A project to document the stories of refugees who have relocated to Twin Falls, Idaho.
A great resource on learning how to light.
Follow the work of one of the great photographers of today.
Amazing images by an incredible visual artist.
Why buy it when you can have fun and build it?