One of the things I like about my camera is that almost all the controls/settings, certainly the ones I use most, are all external knobs and dials rather than being buried in menus. Before heading home from Burr Oak State Park we went for another hike, the opposite direction »
We were in S Ohio to visit the sister of one of Jill’s college friends and her husband and staying at the lodge in the Burr Oak State Park. We had gone for a short walk after we arrived and the next morning I went to see if the »
Another week, another Wednesday, another warming, and another walk. We decided to stop at the Dexter-Huron Metropark. The trails had not been cleared of snow, but it was walkable, although it meant it was a a little slower for Jill.
For the most part, the trail was not »
I tend to go for a walk every day, frequently into town and back, typically leaving around 4 so that I can get to the post office before last collection at 5pm. Over the last couple of years, if there is no need for anything downtown, I have tried »
When the weather warms, we venture further from home and go for a walk, hopefully combining trees and water. I don’t take the tripod, normally only one lens, maybe two. The point is mainly to have a walk with Jill, but I also use it as an opportunity to »
FLOW Photofest is a biennial international photography festival with exhibitions across the Scottish Highlands & Islands. 2021 is the third time it has been held, this time with the theme of “Legacy”.
Here are two photos that show that getting the conditions right, particularly the light and also the timing, deeply affects the impact of a photo.
In this first example, the light is actually OK. I suspect though that the composition would work so much better if there had been absolutely »
The thought struck me today, like a lightning bolt, that if I am back to blogging again, then I really need to be writing some blog posts!
I have been out a few times this month with the camera; just locally, short walks. This first photo is of the Argo »