Posted by: groundsforsculpture | August 2, 2010

Photo Classes at GFS

By Richard Rappleyea, GFS Student Exhibition participant

Richard Rappleyea, 2010, digital print - Omkar Falls

Sunup Lake was taken in the early morning as the mist was forming off a lake. The reflections help add to the intrigue of the photo. Omkar’s Falls is a photo taken in the back of a friend’s house.  A slow shutter speed was used to capture the movement of the water and increase the feeling of depth.

I enjoyed taking the photo classes at GFS and look forward to the next class. It helps to receive feedback on photos from the instructors and other classmates.

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Responses

  1. Richard
    What a breathtaking photo. I love the perspective and how your eye travels down the path of trees with the branches looking as if they are holding hands over the cascading flow of the water.


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