It makes no difference if your subject is a critter or a person, eye contact in the photo helps create a more engaging photo. Getting eye level with the subjects creates a connection between them and the viewer. Sounds easy right?
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Let me tell you the story behind the shot of this Great Egret at Caddo Lake State Park in east Texas. I love reviewing photos…
This is the third, and final, article covering what I consider to be essential post processing steps…
A rare snowfall in the Brazos Valley area of Texas presented me with an opportunity to focus on the the graphic, elegant starkness of the winter scenes.
I thought it would never end. 2020. The year I learned how valuable toilet paper is. As dismal as it seemed to be, when I looked back through my photos I realized we were able to travel and enjoy the outdoors. We love to visit our state and federal parks, which thanks to COVID, were […]
This lone Willet stood patiently on one leg while I composed my shot. At one point it appeared as if he was quite bored with me. Freeport, Texas has become a favorite spot for my bird photography.
This is the second article covering essential post processing steps for digital photographs. The process covered here includes 10 photo characteristics to consider during your first edit of a new image.
My plan, on this first trip to Caddo Lake State Park in east Texas, was to capture the feeling of the swamp. I envisioned dark, dreary, spooky scenes. Boy was I surprised!
As I clearly state on my social media profiles, I love new gadgets–especially technology gadgets. Added bonus points for those gadgets I might use for photography! This is a tripod for smartphones and claims to fill all phone and all cases measuring less than 12.5mm thick or 1/2 inch or less. I tried it with 2 different phones and found it fit both equally well. Bottom line, I’ve decided to keep it. But maybe not for the reasons you’d think.
I firmly believe every digital image benefits from some measure of editing. In other words, every image created using a digital camera, including a smartphone camera, can be improved through post processing.