Hi everyone. I hope and trust that you all had a great holiday. I have been quite busy over the last few months with several projects, both work related, and photographic in nature. Recently my newest article was published in the Second Edition of Fuji X Passion Magazine as well as two new articles on my switch to Fuji Cameras and the settings I use for the majority of my photography. I have been working on a new series of barns and I recently shot a series of images to test out the auto-focus system on the Fuji XT-2. That blog post is coming in the next few days.
Shooting during twilight is a subject that I have written about in previous posts and on my other social media sites. It is arguably my favorite time to make images. Landscape photographers often speak to the concept of the "quality of light" when making images. Twilight light is much lower in contrast, and depending on other factors, such as clouds or open skies, transmits mostly reflected light.
Today's PhotoEssay comes from a recent workshop I assisted in for Adventures in Light. We found a rather innocuous puddle of water lying in the middle of a forested trail. Most people would simply pass it by. But there was beauty hidden within the puddle.