Perhaps I shouldn’t have mentioned snow yesterday because that’s what we woke up to this morning. It wasn’t horrible, just enough to cover the ground a little and give us cloudy skies. We decided to check out the Photography Conference that Scott was speaking at instead of heading straight out to shoot. I was really surprised to see such a large show. While I was there I stopped by the Peachpit booth to check out Scott’s translated books and was pleasantly surprised to see that they had copies of my book as well. They were in English but it was still a kick to find them there (check out the shot of me over on Scott Kelby’s blog). We also checked out a model shooting demo over at the Elinchrom booth by Frank Doorhof. He was great, even in another language. Another highlight for me was when I stopped by the Canon booth and checked out the new T2i/550D. It’s pretty darn slick and I expect it to make a pretty big splash in the market when it comes out later this month.
We wrapped up our visit to the show and then headed off to shoot some windmills and anything else we could find. The skies were still cloudy but the sun did start poking out and I managed to grab a few good shots. From there we headed East to a small fishing village where we shot the last moments of good light and then headed back to the hotel. It’s been a great trip but I’m ready to wrap thing up and head on home. I’ll post some more images and give some more details tomorrow but until then, have a great Tuesday.