A slightly overcast day in Webster (Where Life is Worth Living).
I don’t recommend shooting photos while driving. We are trained professionals so don’t try this at home, kids. (Actually, I was a passenger at the time this was shot).
Continuing on the Packard auto theme from a while back, here are more photos of Packards that survived over 75 years and are still looking good.
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Special bonus for those interested in the impending zombie apocalypse:
These photos were shot looking overhead at the Rochester Amtrak station a few week ago.
Alert readers may have noticed that I am lately fond of the 1:1 ratio in processing photos. (Why does that sound so familiar)? I’ve seen many photographers present in the square format and I think it’s more popular today than it ever was. I think this format, more so than most others, draws your eye to the center of the composition. You may have to keep the format in mind when shooting, but still, it’s flexible enough that many photos may look great cropped square even if it wasn’t the original intention. Again, Lightroom has 1:1 listed as a standard crop ratio in the Crop tool set and it’s very easy to apply.