August 6, 2019; Vevey, Switzerland. Our first week in Switzerland was spent visiting old friends and meeting new ones. Wonderful in all ways, and proved just how friendly Switzerland really is, but not terribly productive photographically.
On August 5 we began our workshop with Oliver Klink. It was a great day, and I learned some valuable lessons, but no keepers. August 6, however, was different. It was special in many ways. You’ll see how the day began in the next post. Here’s how it ended. Why I was only using the pocketable G7X II will be apparent next time.
First shot looking south across Lac Léman.
Next shot a little while later, looking west.
(Canon G7X II. RAW processing in DxO Pro, Editing in Adobe Photoshop.)
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