So I am super behind on posting my photos, and may have missed a week or three. Taken Monday, March 17th. One flash off camera balanced with exposure outside.
Taken on Saturday, March 15, 2014. We took a little side route into the trees so I could take this picture. Set my camera on a mini table tripod on my backpack in the snow, and hung my flash upside down from a tree branch.
So, I made a slideshow for the Long’s Peak hike, which I blogged about in laborious detail here: https://jletookthis.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/longs-peak-my-first-fourteener/
I know some people appreciated the timelapse-slideshow I made of my Europe trip, so I decided to do the same to all the photos from the hike. You can watch the video in HD on Vimeo, or in the embedded video below.
Long’s Peak: My First Fourteener from Justin Le on Vimeo.
In August of 2011, some friends and I attempted to hike Long’s Peak – one of the more well-known fourteeners in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. The journey is grueling, and reportedly perilous. Would we make it? Watch the video to find out!
I blogged and posted some photos of the hike a couple months ago (https://jletookthis.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/longs-peak-my-first-fourteener/), but then I decided I’d put together a timelapse-style slideshow of the hike with all the photos I took. These photos were shot in raw, and were taken straight out of camera with no editing or cropping, and batch exported to jpeg.
Gear: Nikon D700, Nikon 20mm f/2.8, Sigma 24-60mm f/2.8
Song: Arcade Fire – Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
A few weeks back, I attended the wedding of some very close friends, Rob and Julie. They had their wedding at the amphitheater at Morraine Park in the Rocky Mountains National Park. Since it was a small wedding with just family and close friends, they asked me to do some photos for them as they were looking for a pretty low-cost, low-maintenance wedding. Wedding photography isn’t my thing, but I rarely turn down a friend when in need (and when the favor is something that interests me anyway). Continue reading