“Apalachicola Workshop”

© Vinson Smith

© Vinson Smith

© Vinson Smith

© Vinson Smith

© Bob Springfield

© Bob Springfield

© Bob Springfield

© Bob Springfield

I wanted to post some images from the workshop participants a few weeks back. It was my best workshop yet as far as great subject matter and weather goes. We had a great time and explored some old and new locations. Met some new people and also renewed some old friendships. Bob and Vinson were remarkable and enthusiastic in their quest for great images and explored the area with a lot of passion. It really shows in the images they captured on the workshop.

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“Oysterboat Morning”

Oysterboat Morning

Another image from Eastpoint, FL near the pavilion. This was before any of the oystermen came out to launch and get headed out to Cat Point. I loved the warm and cool light contrast in this image. It has a few flaws such as noise and a small amount of ghosting I could not get out, but a good image none the less.

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“Early Morning”

Early Morning Eastpoint

After a rainy Sunday I thought I would post a little pretty. This was the first good sunrise at the pavilion in Eastpoint while scouting for the Apalachicola workshop. Every day before this was bluebird clear and boring. The image was captured at low tide, but not the lowest I have seen here. The clouds were great, the cool and warm light mix was fantastic and I wasn’t freezing so great morning. There is always a good sunrise to be had here sometime during a trip to Apalach.

I am planning a new spring workshop here in March, details to follow soon. Let me know if you are interested at mike@mikenalleyphotography.com.

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