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Landscape Photography – Just Add Water

Happy Monday everyone!

I just returned from a three day trip to west Texas in search of water. The entire state of Texas has been under an incredibly harsh drought for the past year but last week we finally began to receive some much needed rain. 121 more words

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April in Texas: A Mild Madness

I’ve said before, and loudly, that my Tennessee ancestors must have rolled into Central Texas in April, when the wildflowers were in bloom. Otherwise, like General Philip Sheridan, they would have chosen to rent out Texas and live in Hell. 483 more words

Landscape Photography – Just Add Water

Happy Monday everyone!

I just returned from a three day trip to west Texas in search of water. The entire state of Texas has been under an incredibly harsh drought for the past year but last week we finally began to receive some much needed rain. 121 more words

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Landscape Photography – Fixing Exposure in Post

“Do I really need to use all these filters for my landscape shots or can I just fix them in post?”

Believe it or not, this question has been around about as long as photography has. 655 more words

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Landscape Photography – Green and Gold

Pedernales Falls State Park near Johnson City, Texas is one of the most picturesque spots in the Hill Country. The elevation of the Pedernales river drops about 50 feet over a distance of less than 1/2 mile, and the cascading falls are formed by the flow of water over the uplifted limestone layers. 230 more words

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There are Always Two Shots to Take!

One thing many folks forget in the excitement of capturing a nice image is that there are always two shots to take; the horizontal and the vertical. 224 more words

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Time Stands Still | Sonya Lira Photography

I love pictures of pastures, gates, barns and windmills and sometimes you get lucky and you can get it all in one picture.

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