Jrdpa's My Techniques Posts

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…

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…

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…

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…

Once again, I can't get the full-res version out here, but whatever. I have been experimenting with colorizing B&W prints. Obviously, I'm not concerned with…

Whenever I sit on our second-floor deck, it doesn’t take long for hummingbirds to get used to it, and start buzzing around the feeder right above me. If you…

It was an especially nice day outside today, and I was inspired to get out and do a little yard-work, which I have been slacking on for the last 6-weeks because…

This is an example of the Selective Development technique that I have come to like so much. It’s not that this is “right”, it is just what I do. As we all know,…

WARNING: I’m going to get very wordy and philosophical here, so maybe you don’t want to be bothered with this one. First, the mundane. This is our…
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