As you all know, one of the great joys of being a photography couple is seeing the world through each other’s eyes. Usually, Mary is tight and telephoto, and I am wide-angle. Here, we got crossed.
As were were hiking around the lake on a “family hike” with our infrared point and shoots, we both saw this obvious scene. What attracted us was the trees and the reflection. I was so focused on the trees and reflection, that I did not “see” the opportunity to include the sky as a “framing tool.”
A dark blue sky in infrared will come out black when converted to monochrome. I forgot that and missed it. Mary did not.
Mary saw it i spades and made a much more compelling photograph. Next time, I’ll ask her what she’s shooting. I like the third photo the best. How about you?
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