Day 7. The Final Day! (see earlier post)
I wasn’t sure I’d make it down to the lighthouse this week to take photos, but low and behold, on the final day we decided to make the drive to the point. Enjoy!
Day 6. (see earlier post)
Yes, I did break a rule for the week in a way by making the gif, BUT I didn’t edit the colors or anything, so DEAL WITH IT.
…I’ve kind of amazed myself a bit. This vacation to the Outer Banks has been great so far and the little “project” I decided to do has worked out great. I really feel like I’ve pushed myself to take some photos that even I didn’t think I was capable of yet. I’m really happy with the way the shots have turned out, especially the pier, the go-kart track, and of course that lightning shot from Day 3. If you haven’t seen the whole series of shots, go check out everything I’ve posted in the last 5 days.
Also, major thanks to everyone who has favorited or reblogged my work in the past few days. It means a lot to know that I’m not the only one who likes the work I’m doing. There haven’t been a ton of you who’ve done this, but every little bit of exposure helps. (especially the reblogs. *hint, hint*)
Two more days of posting left. I haven’t been taking a lot of photos today due to a little bit of “party recovery,” but maybe I’ll get some good stuff later this evening to post. Also, I plan to post some of the other shots that weren’t originally posted once I get back home. There are literally thousands to look through.
Once again, special thanks to everyone who has shown me some Tumblove this week. Hope you’re looking forward to the next posts as much as I am.
Day 5, Part II (see earlier post)
Day 5, Part I (see earlier post)
Day 4 (see earlier post)
Day 3 (see earlier post)
(I’ve never felt as awesome as I did when I got that lightning shot)
Day 2 (see earlier post)
I’m on vacation this week at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. I brought my camera and my laptop, but no form of image editing software. Therefore, NONE of the images I post within the next 7 days will be edited in any way. They will be posted as the camera sees them. I’m going to try to post select photos from each day at least once per day while I’m on vacation. I usually do some form of editing to each photo I post, so this should be a challenge for me, hopefully to make a better photographer out of myself.
One man. One camera. No Photoshop or Lightroom. One week.
Let’s do this.
Day 1 (see previous post)