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Workshop at Ludington State Park (0060)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (0060)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (0061)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (0061)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Dawn On Lost Lake
Dawn On Lost Lake
Fall is a nice time of year to shoot sunrises because you don't have to get out of bed as early to catch the first light of day. The best light to photograph a sunrise often appears 20 minutes before the sun actually appears on the horizon. I made this photograph at Lost Lake during one of our "Picture Perfect Weekend" Workshops. Several of our students made equally compelling photographs.
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Ludington State Park Island Trail at Sunrise (4905)
Ludington State Park Island Trail at Sunrise (4905)
Ludington State Park Island Trail at Sunrise (4905)
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Lost Lake Explorers
Lost Lake Explorers
Catching sight of a pair of kayakers paddling in one of the many picturesque coves on Lost Lake, I momentarily find myself wanting to join them, to discover what they are discovering, to see what they are seeing. But I have already made my choice to hike the Island Trail this day and I am content to return to my own path of discovery.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (1170)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (1170)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack (1661)
Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack (1661)
Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack
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Lost Lake Watercolor
Lost Lake Watercolor
Looking more like a watercolor painting than a photographic image, the Island Trail at Ludington State Park has never looked more gorgeous to me than on this November evening.
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Sunrise on Lost Lake
Sunrise on Lost Lake
Generally, to make a powerful grand scenic photograph, you need a strong foreground, middle ground, and background. The trick is to get the three separate layers of the photograph to overlap in a way that the viewer's mind will not get bored and "leave" the photograph. You want to encourage the viewer's eye to move all around the photograph. The viewer will also tend to have a greater emotional interest in the piece of art.
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Framing Autumn
Framing Autumn
One of the concepts my son Brad and I emphasize to our photography students is framing. Using something in the foreground to frame or partially frame an image provides immediacy, depth and added interest elements. I framed this shot shortly after sunrise at the beginning of November along the Lost Lake Trail.
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Framing Winter
Framing Winter
I photographed Ludington State Park for several hours on a glorious January morning after the biggest snowfall of the winter. Then it occurred to me that a spot where I had taken a photograph of fall color might also look spectacular in winter. A half-hour of hiking later, I was making this picture. The two shots show how places that are beautiful in one season may well be beautiful in another.
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Ludington State Park (3501)
Ludington State Park (3501)
Ludington State Park
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Morning Light on Lost Lake (3520)
Morning Light on Lost Lake (3520)
Morning Light on Lost Lake
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (3838)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (3838)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (3849)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (3849)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (5387)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (5387)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Ludington State Park May Workshop (6314)
Ludington State Park May Workshop (6314)
Ludington State Park May Workshop
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Island Trail Sunrise (6333)
Island Trail Sunrise (6333)
Island Trail Sunrise
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Dawn On Lost Lake - Panoramic
Fall is a nice time of year to shoot sunrises because you don’t have to get out of bed as early to catch the first light of day. The best light to photograph a sunrise often appears 20 minutes before the sun actually appears on the horizon. I made this photograph at Lost Lake during one of our “Picture Perfect Weekend” Workshops. Several of our students made equally compelling photographs.
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Lost Lake Watercolor - Panoramic
Looking more like a watercolor painting than a photographic image, the Island Trail at Ludington State Park has never looked more gorgeous to me than on this November evening.
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