Recently I spent a week on the Oregon coast for a workshop on photographing seascapes. I jumped at the chance to attend this workshop presented by Candace Dyer and Hillary Younger. I had arrived a day early just to soak up some of that delightful Oregon coast before our workshop actually got started. And, I must say, I was not disappointed. On my first evening there I explored Cannon Beach and experienced a very foggy view. I first saw images of this area a few years ago. But I knew immediately that it would be a place I would definitely visit. It just fascinated me.
I confess, I was a little disappointed in the fog when I arrived. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE fog. But, this was not quite what I had in mind. I walked around a bit, took a few photos, and then headed back to the town where we were staying to enjoy some very yummy clam chowder.
Cannon Beach Fog
Several days later, Cannon Beach was the destination for a shoot during our workshop. However, this time we arrived in the morning. As in the dark of morning. After a drive and a walk down to the beach, my first image was taken at 5:02 am. Landscape photography is not for anyone who likes to sleep in, I’m thinking. Fortunately for me, I’m a morning person. That ever-changing light made for some beautiful views!
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Nadeen Flynn is an award winning northern California portrait and fine art photographer. Living in the greater Sacramento area, she specializes in senior and teen portraits as well as fine art landscape and still life photography. Nadeen’s style is authentic, fresh and personality-driven. This retains the timeless features of photography that create family heirlooms. She offers in-person workshops and mentoring. She currently lives in rural northern California with her husband and a couple thousand walnut trees.
Currently booking 2018 senior portraits. Locations include Yuba City/Marysville, East Nicolaus, Wheatland, Lincoln, Woodland, Roseville, Rocklin, and Sacramento areas.
Aperture: ƒ/4 | Focal length: 50mm | ISO: 100 | Shutter speed: 1/200s |