Today’s image was taken at Louisville’s Waterfront Park. I love the texture that the clouds produce and the silhouettes of the bridges. It is a single image that was processed in NIK HDR Efex Pro and finished in Aperture 3.
I love Louisville’s Waterfront Park and the way the bridges across the Ohio frame my shots there. On this particular evening I was able to place the sun between two piers on the left side of the Kennedy Bridge which added to the drama of the scene.
I believe a photographer needs to shoot every day; in the same way that a great musician practices every day to better control his instument. The more one uses the tools of his craft, the better artist he becomes. Photographing daily allows me to become more and more skilled at composition and using the controls of my camera.
2 thoughts on “Flaming Sky”
Awesome picture! You do great work.
We live near El Mirage Dry Lake in the Mojave Desert. Have been there many times when the SCTA has time trials there. It reminds me of the header on your blog! Sweet!
Thanks for your comment it’s nice to know another Land Speed Racing fan is following my blog. I plan to post some of my Bonneville shots later this month so keep coming back.