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Here is an example of prominent foreground object...Imagine the photo without the reflection pool....Does it have the same appeal?
Every once in a while you get shooting opportunity in most unexpected places...side of the road. On this particular occasion we caught a storm breaking apart while on a vacation with all 6 kids. We pulled the car on the side of the road and started shooting. The sunset lasted for nearly 1.5 hours. The kids listened to CDs in the car (under the threat of being fed to the bears) while we were shooting in all different directions. We got multiple rainbows just to followed up with a stunning sunset.
How was this photograph created?
I used a 0.9 Hard GND filter to create this photograph. Ideally I would have bracketed the shot, but on this particular occasion because I had taken so many photo I ran of of memory (I had loaned my other memory card to ). This was the only time in 10 years of shooting that I had run out of memory...but it had to happen at someday. This was last in the series of photographs...all shots before this one were bracketed. In the processing I used a single RAW image and processed it for the shadows and the highlights and blended them together manually in Photoshop using our iHDR workflow.
The composition of the image was selected so that small pool of water reflected the part of sky that had the most intense colors.
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When Bonnie is not busy with her plans on ruling the world, she is in the kitchen cooking or baking; she loves making banana bread and muffins. Bonnie also likes to sing during her spare time, especially on kitchen table tops and in the shower. You may even find her randomly in the halls of Schulich doing vocal warm-ups, or singing about the way she feels about certain courses and assignments. But don't be mistaken, when she needs to be serious, she gets down to business.
From January-June 2011, Bonnie completed a semester in Copenhagen at the Copenhagen Business School. There, she took advantage of her time in Europe and traveled to places like Barcelona, Paris and Prague to observe and experience the culture and lifestyle of the destinations.
In March of 2011, She has also, along with 4 other group members, competed at the HULT Global Case Challenge in Boston, MA. She worked with Water.org and Clinton Global Initiative to consult on innovations in clean water supply.
- Schulich School of Business, York University / Copenhagen Business Schoolpresent