Postcard From Lake Tahoe

Having a blast shooting every morning and evening, lights been pretty good most times. No snags along the road as yet. Came across a mother and cub Bear on the way back home last night had to stop and let them cross the road. All good stuff wouldn’t have it any other way. Making my way North tomorrow should be fun as have to cross Donner Summit on the way and they forecast snow at 7000 feet, so that should be interesting driving.

Till later gotta fly lights a changing …

2 image stitch … what else is there these days.

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Disclaimer : Just something different …

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TImeless landscape photography prints by Neal Pritchard
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13 Responses to Postcard From Lake Tahoe

  1. truenorthmark says:

    I like it mate, but reckon I would also like the colour version!

  2. Cheers thanks Mark … I have 2 colour panos on my FlickR page and Facebook Page right now …

  3. Luke Austin says:

    Good range throughout the image Neal. Works well in B&W

  4. Thanks Dylan …

    Cheers Luke … How freakin cold is it up your way -34 FCUK!

  5. thomasparkes says:

    Nice Neal,
    Love those rocks.

  6. Thanks Thomas … Yeah is one really nice place to photograph and damn hard to find …

  7. kirkhille says:

    Stunning shot again mate , looks like you got a decent amount of shots over there

  8. Cheers Kirk … Just getting started 😉

  9. Amit says:

    nice pic..do you use RAW? what is the exposure that you select while taking a b&w picture?i shot in both RAW and JPEG and mostly try to choose dramatic or abstract shapes for b&w. All your black & white pictures are beautiful and appealing.

  10. Cheers Amit – I only shoot Raw. as for the exposure it all really depends on the scene and light. I do try and create as much contrast as possible with the exposure when shooting a Black & White …

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