Bluebonnets at Dawn

So the universe dealt us a nasty wind and a low cloud deck today for our early morning bluebonnet shoot near Bristol, TX. For those of you who aren’t photographically inclined this meant that our long exposure shots were blurry because of the wind shaking the camera/tripod and the flowers. After doing a lot of complaining about conditions, as photographers are apt to do, we managed to get a few good shots as it got lighter – Here they are.

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A dash of vignette here, a bump of contrast there, and Bob's your uncle.

A dash of vignette here, a bump of contrast there, and Bob’s your uncle.

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I took this one the other day during our scouting trip - Figured I'd add a few more to beef up the post.

I took this one the other day during our scouting trip – Figured I’d add a few more to beef up the post.

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Posts and a pole.

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Even the worst days of shooting in the field are better than sitting behind a desk, and we ended up getting a good breakfast and  a few laughs out of the deal so it was a good day by most standards. Check back again next week for the newest adventure.

 

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