I photographed the Mission Trail in 2013 when I was not familiar with setting a clear focus or shooting menu. The compositions I sense are fair as well. I have since learned more as to how to focus more clearly using all focus points in landscape at about f-18. I have learned to delegate my shutter speed on Manual to darken or lighten that moment, ISO at about 100 during the golden hours. In fact, for this genre of photography, all I can say is I would like to take the knowledge I have now in 2020 and re-photograph the missions throughout the American Southwest. For now, I have learned over-editing can be a disaster. A rule I have also learned is focus is an imperative, along with minor editing in LR or PS.
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Former US Marine 1971-1972 and PTSD and Spinal Cord Injury Survivor. I am an accomplished poet/photographer for the cause of the individual soul traumatized by the social, economic, religious, theological, jurisprudence, and with an etymologic fire to create a just & caring society. View all posts by John Gregory Evans