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Travel Photography in Bad Light

Most of us have been there, that wonderful travel destination and the light is bad. All those pre-visulations of wonderful photos you planned to capture go right out the door. 733 more words


Cowboy Studio Shoulder Brace

When out shooting wildlife my best lens is a Nikon AF-S FX Nikkor 200-400 f/4G ED VRII zoom lens. Since I use a Nikon D5100 camera that has an APS-C sensor, due to the 1.6 crop factor the 35mm equivalent would be 320-640mm. 778 more words


Getting Warmed Up

Welcome to the blog. I am looking forward to sharing with you some of the experiences I have had in taking pictures these many years. I have found there are many steps along the way of creating interesting photos. 523 more words


Iceland Part Two - Water

My last post actually turned into a bit of a Geography lesson about the formation of the Icebergs and fjords and so on. Most out of character- it won’t happen again, but Iceland does odd things to you. 686 more words

Panning Technique

I love this technique, but it does take practice.

Thank goodness for digital cameras.  I can practice all I want, and throw out the duds. 162 more words

Photo Musings

Bedgebury Breeze

I’ve used long exposure shots on this blog quite often over the last couple of years to freeze lakes like Dunorlan to give the look of a sheet of ice. 93 more words

Phoned in from the park

In  earlier posts I wrote about how you don’t necessarily need a good camera to take good photos, but rather hypocritically I have recently invested in my first proper camera (a Sony A7ii.) I don’t know how much difference it has made to my photography- those who are as nerdy as me might want to guess from my last posts when I started using it. 97 more words