New Name, New Beginning, Same Focus

I have been posting images and writing this blog since early 2008 and I thought that after seven years, it’s time for a little change. Serious Amateur Photography is now Texas Landscape Photography in keeping with my focus on landscape photography in the Lone Star State.

The photography that you’ve come to expect and enjoy won’t change much but my emphasis on “how to become a better landscape photographer” will begin to morph into “where can I find inspiring locations to photograph here in Texas”. Quite honestly, many of my readers are accomplished landscape photographers in their own right and even my youngest readers have a knack for digital photography well beyond their years. Oh, I’ll still post the occasional “how did I get that shot” type of article but more often than not my wordier posts will assume a certain level of technical proficiency and delve into the questions of “where”, “when” and “why” did I take a certain shot.

So with that in mind… Once More Unto the Breach my Friends!

Unto the Breach Once More

Once More Unto the Breach – Fort Davis, Texas
Copyright © 2013 Jeff Lynch Photography
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Shot taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III with GP-E2 unit attached, set on aperture (Av) priority using an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens and tripod mounted. The exposure was taken at 24mm, f/14 for 1/60th of a second at ISO 100 using Singh-Ray’s warming polarizer and soft, graduated neutral density filters. Post capture processing was done in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.

GPS Coordinates: 30°39’8″ N 104°16’13” W, 5487 ft


4 thoughts on “New Name, New Beginning, Same Focus

  1. The change in name reflects the work and the postings, I like it. I’ve not done much Texas work in a while, I’ve branched out and focused on national parks. I also took a trip to Iceland this summer, an incredible photographic journey, and self-published a book. I’ve updated my website as well to focus primarily on my landscape work, check it out at I owe a good part of my start and certainly my first lessons to your workshop, so thanks. I hope you’re doing well.

  2. I like it. There are a lot of How to blogs out there (mine included) and it sounds like you have found (or they found you) your audience. I hope you will also consider the occasional Texas wildlife photo within your landscape work. 🙂

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