Taking a day off from shooting wildlife usually means pointing a camera at something else. If lucky it’s a short road trip around the small towns outside the Charleston area.
The silo caught our eye, we pulled off the road, and shot from a few different angles. Not many options since we had a fence and road to deal with.
Days like this I get to use the ‘stuff’ not particularly suited for wildlife. My old Canon 70D is a nice change, and I don’t worry much about light/noise on these days so it fits.
Like any true nerd, and since I am in a car, my bag has more than I will use. But I have it just in case.
This day I never changed lens. I had the Tamron 18-400 mm ‘one size fits all’ mounted. Technically this lens has a little bit of everything wrong with it. The range options can’t be beat. It does what you need for a good price.
The images were post processed using Adobe Lightroom and ON1 Raw. I think of ON1 as a Lightroom or Photoshop alternative, if there is such a thing. I don’t use it often enough to be knowledgeable, but it has most things photographers need at a lower price. It was on sale and I wanted to try something new… the nerd thing again.