Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Photo of the Week - Walking on the Sun

Walking on the Sun

For the second week in a row, a point and shoot photo wins the Photo of the Week! This time it was a Canon s90 which has been replaced by the s95 which I enjoyed in this review.

I love this shot because it’s a nice play with shadows on the beach where we all have plenty of boring shots. Composition is king this week, so congrats to nzblitz for being this week’s photo of the week winner!

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3 comments:

Tyler said...

Thanks for picking my shot. It was taken in Riverton New Zealand. As we were walking along I noticed how long the shadows were and lined us up to take the picture.

Tyler said...

My name is Tyler Allen if you want to update the post with my real name. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Enjoyed the shadow photo that won this week. In late afternoon, our shapes do look a bit surreal! Good one. Keep them coming! Very creative camera person there.