You don’t need a great camerato take a great photo as you don’t need a big paintbrushto color a big painting. I have a question: “how was the giant Goliath killed?”, with a big cannon? No, with a little rock. Last sunday I took the following pictures with a little compact camera, a Sony RX100M3, not with a Nikon D5 or a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
I had a big help: the morning lights! 🙂 But I had to wake very early in the morning..and the “good light” last few minutes… In the evening I edited the RAW files them with Lightroom.
“Take the rose when it’s time, that the time, you know, flying and the same flower that blooms today, tomorrow will wither” ( Carpe Diem, italian poet Orazio)
Some yers ago I told my friend :”tomorrow we’ll wake up at 6:00 o’clock to take some landscape photos”… and he answered: ” but in the early morning there is the fog, we can sleep until 7:00..” and my prompt replay: ” what!? Fog???? Ok, wake up at 5:00!!!”. And below my picture during that foggy day in the morning….thank you, my friend! 🙂
A classic scene that we can find in the area called “The Road of wine and oil” on the hills of the city of Lucca ( Tuscany – Italy ). What makes this photo interesting is definitely the beautiful light of the sunset along with the autumn season ( the first for the light and the second for colors). To take good pictures there are only two ways: either you go to take pictures at sunrise or at sunset…. that is to say: at the right moment. …ehm.. I like to sleep! 🙂
A good task is to find exceptions… taking photos during the other hours of a day 🙂 🙂