Bushnell FL National Cemetery

Bushnell FL National Cemetery

Bushnell FL National Cemetery
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JDLifeshots October 15, 2016
Amazing capture! Congrats.
keithpassaur December 12, 2016
Thank you
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Behind The Lens

Florida National Cemetery - sometimes also referred to as Bushnell National Cemetery as it is located in Bushnell FL
This was taken at 8:40 AM
It was a very overcast day. So the sky was dark and there were virtually no shadows.
I used a Canon 5D MK II and a 24-105 kit lens. This frame was shot at 105mm
The symmetry of the stones.
I brought it into LightRoom and I removed all of the green. I then used the brush tool to remove some items that could be seen in what now appears to be the sky. It was actually trees before. I then cropped it, nothing more.
In my camera bag
I don't really carry a bag. I have a weather proof toolbox that I put everything in. Each item has its own case/pouch. When I get where I am going I decide on what lens to mount and if I should bother to take an extra lens or two with me or some other item such as filters. 99.9 percent of the time it is no. I don't use a neck strap just a hand strap. If for some reason I have to pack the items (such as climbing down on rocks or on a long trail) I put them in a normal backpack. Keep in mind each item is individually protected.
Yes, go to a National Cemetery and look at how symmetrical everything is. Shoot high, low, straight on, at different angles etc. Once on a PC check the image for alignment. Most likely (well if you are like me) you will say, if I was only over two or three inches I would have a better shot. Next time I will remember, next time, if you remember you will find something else. If you look closely at this shot it is not perfect the camera should have been over to the right a little more.

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