Camellia's posts from April 2020

Every once in a while I enjoy editing my photos using Photoshop and the "twirl" method. There are tons of tutorials on You tube for using this method and of…

Long distance photography is not the best way to captures these birds, but unfortunately, I have not been able to find a way to step outside during a down pour…

Jill posted a series of beautiful photos of birds she had captured. Which made me think of the ones I had captured on my last trip to Florida, and not posted.…

Macro photography needs quite a bit of patience. But what needs even more patience is combining macro photography with dandelion clocks. Positioning the clocks…

With the temperature rising up to 78 degrees, which was a drastic change from last week's snow, I had to seek some badly needed nature therapy. The best place…

The pod was taken on the above table. The key to making the background dark is having a low ISO and a high numbered f/stop and then having some form of light…

I am slowly slowly getting tired of this new found form of life. But I am still trying to entertain myself. Somehow macro seems to be the thing for now. I saw…

They are in season and ready to be photographed (eaten). I played with the light and angles. I am really enjoying having the Nikon 105 f/2.8 lens. It is very…

Found these huge and I mean huge strawberries at the grocery store. And my past experience has always been the bigger the strawberry the less tasty they are.…

Mother nature pulled a fast one on us today and decided that snow would be appropriate. After all, most humans are quarantined so why not let it snow. Snow is…

We were supposed to get some snow today, but fortunately we didn't. It's pushed back to Friday...we shall see. I looked out the window this morning and caught…

One more for today's macro shoot because all I did today was play with my lenses and leaves and syringes and water. It decided to get cold, really cold, with…

I know, macros are normally a Monday thing. After all that is why it's called macro Monday. But during this time of quarantine all the days seem to run into…

The purpose of a bird feeder is to: 1) attract birds 2) feed birds 3) photograph birds But apparently in my infinite wisdom, I neglected a few other steps: 4)…
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