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Monthly Archives: August 2011
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Wide Open Tees fans, supporters, and customers are the absolute best! Recently, Jake put together a Steadicam review with Learning-DSLR guru Dave Dugdale. Jake took the time to sport a Wide Open Tees Photography shirt in the very informative review below. Check it out!
We love supporting photographers who help others become better photographers. That’s what Wide Open Tees was built on! So take the time to check out Jake’s wonderful portfolio here!
Wide Open Tees doesn’t discriminate when it comes to amateurs or pros. Many thanks to Jake and Dave for providing kind and helpful information for all levels of photographers. Keep up the amazing work guys!
Sorry for the late post. Derek won last month’s photo contest: Up Close and Personal. Congratulations and we hope you enjoy your photography shirt from Wide Open Tees! Don’t forget to Like our Facebook Fanpage for your chance to win awesome gear from Wide Open Tees. This month’s contest theme is: SPEED. Submit your photo today! We’ll also announce tons of promotions there first! Lastly, here is Derek’s great photo from last month!
Our 4th photo contest on POTN forums has concluded with amazing entries! Mike takes home the prize with this amazing phot0. The contest’s theme was: water.
About the Photographer and Photograph:
I took this photo last summer with my ever-gracious girlfriend’s help. We were wandering around uptown Elmhurst, IL and sat by a new fountain they had constructed and decided to play in it. I got my camera out and stuck it right up close, got it a little wet but thought my 1D Mark II could take it. I had been wanting to try this kind of shot for a while, and the sunny summer afternoon was the perfect opportunity to raise my shutter speed to 1/4000 and still manage a f/2.5 aperture.
Everything about this photo is amazing. The lighting is dramatic, the focus is spot on, the bokeh is deliciously creamy! It leaves the viewer wanting more. What a beautiful representation of water! Congrats and enjoy your photography shirt from Wide Open Tees, Mike!
If you’d like to know more about the photo or the photographer, check out his other great works on his portfolio: www.flickr.com/grittsphotography/