Austin, Texas – Lou Neff Point

The Austin Skyline is a beautiful sight.  There are a few great places to photograph it.  This shot above is from Lou Neff Point.  I was up early this morning recently with the frogs and bugs.  It was so quiet, I could hear the fish splashing around the water.    In this long exposure photo you can even see the clouds hanging over the building tops.   I was hoping for a nice sunrise shot, but it was a bit too cloudy this morning.

I wanted to post this shot from Austin as we had a gathering of HDR photographers for a great lunch at Chuy’s just down the street from here yesterday.  We all know each other well and occasionally get a chance to shoot together.  It was wonderful to chat about all things photography.  If you have a few known photographers in your area…get together if you can.  It is fantastic to share info…the latest software, photos, locations, etc…   Here are some of photographers that I met up yesterday (check out their blogs if you have time):

Andy – ATMTX Photo

Jim Nix – Nomadic Pursuits

Alex Suarez – Alex Suarez Photography & Technology Blog

Michael Tuuk – Michael Tuuk Photography

Dave Wilson – News and Views from Dave Wilson

Talke Photography Settings:

  • Camera:  Nikon D300
  • Lens: Nikon 12-24 f/4
  • Setting: Aperture  Mode
  • Focal Length: 20.0mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Exposure:  19 Seconds
  • Aperture:  f/8
  • Gear:  Tripod
  • Post Process: Adobe CS4, Viveza
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    3 comments on “Austin, Texas – Lou Neff Point

    1. Jim Nix says:

      Nice shot Pete, glad to see you made it to Lou Neff Point. Great to see you yesterday at lunch. We should do that every month or so, it was a blast! Thanks for the mention too. Have a great weekend. Jim

    2. aswirly says:

      I’ll check ’em out… Very lovely image Pete. The reflections are steller and I like how you included the rocks in the forground. Love the soft colors too.

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