It’s a sentiment I can appreciate. How to capture images that are unique… a little different from what you typically see…
Meet 2 Guys Photo fan, Chase Glidea, a Phoenix area photographer (clinical psychologist by day), who recently had an opportunity to visit an Atlantic coast beach. According to Chase: “I never find an opportunity to spend much time by the ocean, so I knew that my week on the beach was going to be filled with photography, along with all the normal family beach stuff. But I set out to capture some photos that are a little different. A little off the beaten path. Something that says ‘beach’ but which you haven’t seen a thousand times before.”
That’s an exercise that resonates most assuredly since I too was at the beach for our recent family vacation… and I too tried to grab some images that haven’t been taken a million times before. That’s a worthy photographic goal in general: to see something in a way that is new.
Continue on for a few more images from Chase. Note that he shoots with an unspecified Nikon DSLR and I do like his post processing technique (Apple Aperture and “various plug-ins as needed”).
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