Shooting at Jupiter, Florida
January 24, 2013 Photography
First off, I got the new iphone5 which I have been dying to get but was too cheap to spend the money (even though I was due for an upgrade) so I finally decided to JUST DO IT, besides my birthday was coming up (which is today) and I figured, happy birthday to me. I love this phone! Way better than my old iphone4, and I’m loving how big and sharp the photos are with this one.
On Tuesday my friend John and I went over to Jupiter, Florida to catch the sunrise at Coral Cove Park and then check out Blowing Rocks Preserve afterwards…. here’s a few of the iphone pics.
A little Hermit Crab I found at Blowing Rocks….
Shooting the sunrise at Coral Cove….
(that’s my 7D you see and then John is over to the right of the image)
I LOVED that place and am already dying to go back again!
Here’s some shots I got while I was there with my 7D and the 10-22mm:
note: you should be able to click these images and be taken to their flickr pages, the exif data is in the description below each photo)
This past weekend I used the 10-22mm again… we tried to find a good sunset location that was close and this was about all we could find, a lake in Labelle, Florida…so we used the Jeep for our foreground image!
Went down to Fakahatchee Strand (no panthers this time) but had a great time!
I also experimented with light painting, using EL Wire (info on the wire HERE) and my dad’s 1966 Hertz Shelby, I’m thrilled with the results!