The Blog: See what
Sigma is saying.


This week’s Fan Photo comes from Tim Thurman of Whitmore Lake, Michigan. He tells us:

Tawas Point Lighthouse, by Tim Thurman

I wanted more than the sunset setting on the Lighthouse, I needed something to add a little bit of composition. I walked a few trails and found this old dead tree trunk. After a few shots, I found the foreground too dark and background too light. I ran back to my Jeep to get the SpeedLites. I played with many different off camera shots. Firing both on and off camera flashes produced this shot.

Camera: Canon 7D
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm 1:4-5:6 DC HSM
Flash: Canon 320ex
Tripod: Manfrotto
Technical information : 1/250 F/6.3, ISO 100, 10mm

I have always had a passion photography. I have had my share of Polaroid cameras when I was a child and Point and Shoots up to a few years ago. I finally broke down and bought my first DSLR 3 years now I own three!. It is mainly a hobby. First and foremost I have fun.  And in the end, for me, that is what it is all about. I am 41, I live in Whitmore Lake, MI. I am a divorced  father of two beautiful girls, who are always welcome to pose for me and use any of my gear. I have a wonderful Fiancé who also enjoys shooting pictures. We plan most everything we do to involve some type of photography.

Visit his Facebook pages here and here. Connect via Flickr! and Fine Art America.

Facebook comments:

No Comment.

Add Your Comment