PHOTOGRAPHY BLOG

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Eye Level With An Egret

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?
August 7, 2021/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Behind the Shot: Egret at Caddo Lake

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...
March 28, 2021/by Carol Fox Henrichs

How to Avoid the Postcard Shot

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".
March 7, 2021/by Carol Henrichs

Essential Post Processing for Better Photos – Part 3

This is the third, and final, article covering what I consider to be essential post processing steps...
February 25, 2021/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Winter Etchings

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.
January 15, 2021/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Top 12 Photos of 2020

I thought it would never end. 2020. The year I learned how valuable…
December 31, 2020/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Behind the Shot: Willet on Watch

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.
December 27, 2020/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Essential Post Processing for Better Photos – Part 2

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.
December 27, 2020/by Carol Fox Henrichs

Behind the Shot: Solitude in the Swamp

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!
October 19, 2020/by Carol Fox Henrichs