Thursday, April 2, 2009

One cold winter morning

Sometimes, photography is being in the right place at the right time. The trick is to know, to feel, where this place is and when to be there. This is usually much trickier than it sounds, and it is often the difference between amateur photographers (like Žiga and I) and the pros. People like Galen Rowell knew (and know) when the light was going to be just right and where to be to show it off. The rest of us just try to get lucky as much as possible, as in this shot. Taken on the same morning as this previous photo on the shore of the Sava river, the sun was just beginning to rise and it showed of the rising mists very nicely. Taken on film, of course.

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