From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
One of the nice things about the small motorhome lifestyle is how well it fits in with other hobbies and favorite pastimes. Take photography, for example.
This weekend, as Southeastern Michigan temperatures dropped below freezing and we experienced out first frost of the year, I drove our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL to a nearby park and took a photo hike, joining a dozen other photographers trying to capture the beauty of fall colors.
Organized by expert photographer Robert DiTommaso, who runs a photography studio and instruction center in Rochester, Mich., the session was geared towards landscape photography with lots of hands on tips on filters, composition, exposure, tripod use and learning to slow down and see the world around you.
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