Photography taken by Brian Mains, from I Want to Run Far and Run Fast
A few weeks ago Brian emailed me this brilliant picture so that I would share it with you all. After reading Kerry’s Thursday’s post, he decided to pass along his skyline photo from Cincinnati, Ohio. He used the “magic light” Kerry refers in his article with his Cannon 100D DSLR fitted with its standard macro lens.
It’s fascinating to see that the guest posting experience is having such a great response from all of you. Moreover, I’d like to publicly thank all the guest authors that so kindly take their time to share amazing post with us.
In his very interesting blog, Brian has shared some great photographs which you can take a look by clicking the link right below the picture. This specific photograph was part of a post he published on the 7th January.
Reblogged this on I want to run far and run fast and commented:
I want to give a big shout out and thank you to two fellow bloggers I follow.
Anna Silva from Portugal has a wonderful photography blog called 1001 Scribbles. She often shares submitted guest posts there, along with her own beautiful photography.
Today (soon to be yesterday for Anna) she posted a photo I submitted to her that was inspired by the instructions of one of her guest blogger’s, Kerry Leibowitz, who shares ways to improve one’s photography.
Thanks Anna and Kerry!
Hi Brian–thanks very much for the kind words!
Thanks to Ana for sharing my photo here, and Kerry for the wonderful posts that instruct and inspire.
My pleasure. Thanks for submitting the photo =)
Personal Concerns said:
what a shot!
I’ve been to Cincinnati a number of times and certainly recognize the Great American Ballpark (home of the Reds).
Brian certainly caught the sweet light.