I haven't really been our shooting landscapes which is really my passion in this beautiful art called photography. So the other day I had to pick up a friend at the airport who was coming to visit for Thanksgiving and decided to go by Miami Beach and shoot some long exposures while I waited for the time to pick my friend up.
It ended up being that there so many people at the beach and no one was moving so I shot some "longer than usual" exposures of birds flying around, after all the sky seemed to be the only part where there were no people walking around...
I have seen this type of "Fine Art Nature Photography" before. Some exceptional photographers lis William Neil or Art Wolfe are true masters at this.
Basically this is fairly easy, it consists of slowing the shutter speed enough to where you can capture the bird (or any other animal) in flight and not freeze the motion but rather capture the movement. This is sort of my first attempt to do this. Again, I'm not a wild life photographer, I'm a landscape guy at heart.
Hope everyone is doing great, have a happy Thanksgiving time, and remember!, Thanksgiving is about giving thanks to The Almighty God for His goodness, protection and faithful provision.
As always, thank you for stopping by and looking, I appreciate your comments and critiques.
Canon 5D MARKII
Canon EF 70-200 2.8 IS L
No filters used