Using an iPad, a Canon 5d Mark IV, one light and photoshop. I fire the camera with theiPad, the flash is fired with a remote, than I move the light to different positions. With a bit of trial and error you get the finish photo.
My bother called in the early morning to say I needed to come now as mom’s breathing was very shallow. I was 25 mins away, even though she was unresponsive Bobby said I was coming and to hang on. She took another breath to wait for me. When I arrived I kissed her held in my arms & with that she smiled with her eyes closed and took her last breath. Her sons by her side.
A god awful wail comes from the bottom of my soul on her death as there is special love between a son and his mother.
While on a trip to CA with my wife Linda I had a chance to spend one late afternoon and evening in Joshua Tree National Park. The park has at least 12 major areas for hiking, camping , and has a land mass of over 1200 sq. miles, covering two deserts – the Mojave and the Colorado. Needless to say, one afternoon does not do it justice.
Dusk is the magic hour at Joshua Tree. I used a small Meglite to paint with light – showing a bit of detail in the landscape while exposing for the night sky. These images were shot with a Sony 7a mirrorless camera. ISO settings were from 50 all the way to 3200 for the night shots.
If thinking about a trip there (I highly recommend) check out the website first!https://www.nps.gov/jotr/planyourvisit/maps.htm