Do you ever find that your travel photos look a lot like everyone else’s? Let’s look at ways to create unique travel photos so yours don’t look like the stereotypical “postcard shot”.
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[ichcpt id=”15907″] No. Nature photography images are not always pretty. Sometimes nature photography is about documentation or capturing a moment. For example, this photo of a Flesh Fly eating the remains of a snake, is not one that I expect anyone to hang on their wall. Some might call it creepy and appropriate for a […]
Our Alaskan whale watching tour was a success with several sightings of Humpbacks. One pair came very close to our boat, causing a few squeals and creating quite a stir on board. While there were no full breaches, I was able to get a few shots of tails as the whales prepared to dive.
Today, I am spotlighting my latest #photosynthesist creation. I bookmarked a tutorial on creating botanical illustrations on Adobe Education Exchange a couple of years ago and I actually started working on one once or twice. The steps involved seemed much too tedious and I lost interest. While the following image may not fit the conservative […]
The morning we arrived at Ketchikan, the sky was overcast and clouds hung low, covering the tops of the mountains behind the port city. The low light made it possible to still see the reflections from dock lighting in the water. The day was just beginning and there was very little activity on the pier […]
Original image info: Canon 60D, ISO 1000, EF-S18-135, effective focal length 60mm, 1/60, f5.6 Photoshop and layers–the possibilities astound me!
For the past 4 years, I spent some of my summer at a nearby day camp for kids, which is designed to help the campers develop or expand their appreciation of nature. As the camp photographer, I tried to make myself as inconspicuous as possible while following groups of campers throughout the day capturing candid […]
Solitary Ruddy Turnstone This little guy seems lost in thought… I have yet to visit Boliver in April when the sun is shining.
If you follow me on facebook, you already know I made the switch from DSLR to mirrorless.The need to reduce overall weight was the primary reason for moving away from DSLRs. The weight of the DSLR and my lenses became too much for me to haul around. Moving out of my DSLR comfort zone was […]