After much consideration about the career path I have chosen, I decided that it is important to know how to capture a good photo. As a journalist one should be able to invision what photo they need in order to take their story to the next level.
After a hectic week in the newsroom I took a stroll in the park to de-stress with my camera in-hand. This is a photo diary of what I saw and invisioned as good photo opportunites.
The very first attempt at photography immediatley as I entered the lake.
The sunset covering the ducks with the view of the glittering water behind them. Serenity.
My very pretty flower which captured my eye with its colour. Quite proud of this photo.
The bunch of flowers blowing in the wind which caught my attention.
A simple yet intricate photo of the leaves which float on the dam.
A candid moment.
Great moment to show how hard canoeing is!
The boat house on the canoeing range.
A brighter photo of a bird soaring in the wind.
Caught the candid moment of when this bird flew across the lake. Sometimes the simpleness of nature surpasses you. This photo brings it all out.
By far the best photo of the day. I love this photo as it evokes emotion in you when you look at it. A relaxed and pensive mood comes over you. The sun, the boat and the lake all incorporated in the photo fits perfectly.
Boats at the canoing range.
A photo of what was in front of me that evening. The sun as it made itself across the lake .
Definately a good experience and I taught myself so much more about photography in my quest to get the best pictures of nature.