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July 23rd - First runner-up

After another slow day with the camera (i.e. running around madly), so I’ve resorted to another from the archives.

This was the other photo I was considering for the… 152 more words

Splish Splash, I was takin' a bath

The following photos show an Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina) spotted on 22 July 2014 during a photowalk along a small creek that flows through the forest at… 63 more words

Digital Photography

Week Two- Class Notes


Over/Under Exposure

Under exposure occurs when light well don’t have enough light to report any information. On the contrary, over exposure occurs when the light wells over flow. 111 more words

Class Notes

Adjusting My Aperture

Ranting me: “How in the world is it possible not to know that, to not see that information or give it ?! It’s included right there! 758 more words

How to Blur Backgrounds with a Compact Camera — CreativePro.com article

Blurring the background of a photo is often used to help draw attention to the subject. It’s not hard to do with an SLR camera because of the size of the digital sensor or film frame, but what if all you have is the little digital camera in your pocket? 74 more words


Camera Experiments

Now that I’ve had my new camera for a month, I’m slowly getting less worried about damaging it accidentally (it’s the most expensive piece of equipment I’ve ever owned!) and a little more bold about seeing what it can do. 214 more words


Bar-winged Skimmer dragonfly (mature male)

The following photographs show a Bar-winged Skimmer dragonfly (Libellula axilena) perching near a vernal pool at Huntley Meadows Park on 17 July 2014. This individual is a mature male (as indicated by its coloration, terminal… 151 more words

Digital Photography