A few weeks ago, we loaded up the trailer and hit the road. We were headed to Kings Canyon National Park. It's connected to Sequoia National Park and it's one of the most beautiful places on earth. The Kings River is amazing and it winds through some beautiful areas. Fishing, hiking, white water rafting, cave exploring...you can do it all here. My hubbie and I have been there, but it was the first time for my kids. Our campsite backed up to a small creek, and about 50 yards beyond that was the Kings River. It was stunning. Except for the mosquitos that ate me alive, but that's a different story.
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I really struggled with my photos on this trip, it was very shady in some places, shadowy in others. Sometimes I was in complete shade, trying to take a photo of something in full sunlight. I did alot of messing around with settings on my camera. I need lots of practice with this!!
It took me a while to 'fix' some photos in photoshop. I am trying to take better photos so I don't have to do so much messing around with them later.
I think this last one is one of my favorites. We were inside a huge hollowed out sequoia tree and this was the view looking out a peep hole. Pretty cool!
So, have you ever taken a photography class? I have been looking at Jessica Sprague classes and also Big Picture Scrapbooking classes. I really need a class, I think, to just get a handle of all the photography stuff. If you have taken a class you liked, let me know! I'd love to check it out!!
Thanks for sitting through this epic photo post!!!