January 29, 2011

Photography 101: Places


I'm taking a photography class at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (I just call it F-Mop) in Tampa.  So far, I'm enjoying it, particularly the assignments and subsequent critique by the class.  Our assignment this week was 'places':  just take a photo of a place.  I captured this shot at the bus transfer station in downtown Sarasota during a thunderstorm (which I showed you here).  The conditions weren't especially conducive for shooting, but nevertheless, I was pleased with what I walked away with (especially that hazard light flare).  

7 comments:

Kathy said...

Oh, no, the picture is blank! Hopefully it wasn't that way for the photo class.

Lois said...

I can't see it either!

SRQ said...

Darn! Thanks for letting me know. It should be here now.

Jack said...

Taking a photography class? I thought you would be teaching it! I'm taking a one-morning class on travel photography in a few weeks. If I like it, I will probably take a more extensive series of classes.

cieldequimper said...

I envy you your class! This is a great, great shot.

Satané (x) : damned (something)!

L.D. said...

Love that orange flare!

Kathy said...

Yes, now my computer sees the picture. I think this is a A+ photo because of the excellent depth you have managed to portray.