Haven't been posting much from work lately, trying to keep this space more dedicated to personal projects. But, during this period of social distancing there is a shift to online showings. Virtual Tours &/or Walkthrough Videos are going to be used quite a bit to reduce the chance of exposure for our buyers and sellers. The goal is to show the property well enough [...]
About Jonathan JacksonRealtor serving Western North Carolina, photography enthusiast & traveler. I'm taking time to share daily experiences, seeking education on local history and cataloging images from a lifelong passion.
Macro image of a pink azalea from Carolina Native Nursery. The stamen on the plant made it difficult to shoot up close but it was a good learning experience. Hope to go back and work with smaller plants in the process of blooming for interesting compositions.
Azalea macro images from Carolina Native Nursery. With white subjects you need to reduce exposure, 1/3 stop here to reduce detail loss. Liked the compositions from this size flower as its easy to get in close.
Cows cleared the pasture after a few minutes while I set up a balanced composition. Sunrise wasn't dramatic but the morning was calm, peaceful and cold before the sun rose.
The light seemed to bend around the pasture to hit the Black Mountain range behind my initial set up. A familiar composition on Little Pisgah.
I like this shot because of the memory of a calm and peaceful morning. Not one of my best sunrises but these animals and I enjoyed a quiet, cold start to the day. 3-19-20
Very selective focus on the azalea anther. Trying to let the lines lead into the flower but wished there was a little more in focus. My opinion goes back and forth on this one...
I like the lines, color and mood of the photo. Simple compositions can still be good. Put the bloom in the upper left power point and let the plant do the rest of the work.