I thought I would throw my hat into the HDR ring. I prefer my HDR’s to lean towards the more realistic side. This is a tree I shot on our trip up to Vermont. three, one stop brackets. It was on the Jenne Farm property. I thought it really captures the twig season up here in New England.
OK, Ill admit it, I meant to write-up a post yesterday but I got side tracked with Halloween. Also, I was preparing for playing the role of school photographer today. Yes, I will be shooting the children at Cape Cod Children’s Place today! I am super excited! Needless to say, I scrambled this morning to put up a post. Here is another photo from our Vermont trip. Really is hard to make a bad picture there.
This may be an east coast cliché. They say Jenne Farm is the most photographed farm in the US. You may recognize it from a Budweiser commercial, Forest Gump or even the great Chevy Chase comedy Funny Farm. The farm has become a mecca for photographer, especially in the early morning light. This image was captured at sunset. We had traveled up to Woodstock for the weekend, I was so excited to shoot the farm I raced over right before sunset. Lucky too, because this was the only sun break of the weekend. It is not exactly the shot I dreamed of, but it definitely captures the quickly changing weather of New England.