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Night Photography

So, as there was set to be a huge meteor shower while I was away visiting family last weekend I thought it would be a good occasion to try my hand at night time photography. 241 more words

Learning

PS Challenge - August 15, 2017

I’m still kicking around my backyard. A neighbor gave us the Quail yard art (thanks Terri!) and my lovely bride added the other elements. This image is one of those that you won’t normally see, because it’s usually at your feet and you’re looking down on it. 39 more words

PS Challenge - August 14, 2017

I love the Hibiscus Flower we have in our backyard. I don’t know why, but this year this plant is producing a huge number of blossoms – each one about 8″ in diameter.

Enjoy – PHOTOROGR

PS Challenge - August 7, 2017

Today’s PS Challenge image comes from the Kinney Reservoir, taken a couple weeks ago on my adventure up CA 4 to Ebbett’s Pass.

As usual, I bracketed exposures, merged and toned in Adobe Camera Raw, then edited in PhotoShop with a Nik Color Efex filter. 10 more words

PS Challenge - August 6, 2017

The NFL pre-season is officially underway and college football is just around the corner. Wyoming’s football team is looking good in preparation for the coming season – Go Pokes! 83 more words

PS Challenge - August 3, 2017

Today’s PS Challenge image is a close up of some Phlox blooms, from our back yard. I bracketed exposures but only used the under and normal exposures. 36 more words

Image Composition and the Power of Cropping

Much of the thrill of nature photography is capturing an image that’s extremely difficult to get. It might be the elusive photo of a coyote that’s slipping through the woods, or discovering beautiful water droplets on flower petals in the sunrise, or capturing the intense turquoise color of a tropical ocean. 276 more words

Nature Photography