One of the problems that I have with the “Photojournalist” approach to photography, is that it is so constraining. Sometimes, the environment is just not…

I have been playing around with the incredible resolution of this camera. It really is a whole new world, and it takes some retraining to fully appreciate what…

This shot may not look like a whole lot, but I am pleased with it for several reasons. First, for all of you Traditionalists out there, this image is a single…

I am fortunate to be in a position to indulge my interest in photography. I recently received a new Canon R5 camera and RF 24-70 f2.8 lens. I don’t buy every…

I sometimes say that – in my opinion – landscape is some of the easiest photography to do, because it is really just a case of; A) being there; B) setting the…

If you think that you have seen this scene before, you are right. This is yet-another view from our from our front yard. Especially these days, when travel…

I typically know what my final images are going to look like before I even raise the viewfinder to my eye. Even when the final product is heavily developed and…

There is no Great Art here, but this was an experiment in technique. This is a layered composite that uses both exposure bracketing and focus stacking. The sky…

I always shoot RAW, and I always save all of my RAW files, because prodigious storage is cheap these days. From time-to-time, I go back to old stuff and…

The “Diffraction Limited Aperture” can be thought of as the sweet-spot of your Av settings. We all know that the larger the lens aperture, the shallower your…

IMO; I sometimes feel frustrated by the traditionalist and derivative nature of so much of photography. In The-Old-Days, what a camera could produce was…

Here is another example of that technique that I have been experimenting with. I took a single image and developed it two different ways, one in color, and…

Here are a couple more quickies. People often do partial-colorization by having a basically B&W image filled in with a touch of color. Personally, I find…

This is an exposure-bracketed composite. I set up the camera on a tripod and did one exposure for the sky (ISO-200; f8; 1/3200), and another for the…

The following are a few shots that I took last weekend. We have a “Friends Pod” of about a half-dozen people that we do (unmasked) things with. One of the…

Here are two samples of a technique that I’ve been experimenting with recently, done slightly differently. In the first case I super-saturated the colors,…

A while ago, HDR, or High Dynamic Range, was a big photographic fad. It seems to have fallen out of favor recently, however. I think that between people using…
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