Last week I posted a photo “The Splendor of Fall Color” in a blog post titled “In Search of Fall Color in the Eastern Sierraâ€™s” that employed a technique called zooming. Since then I’ve received a couple of inquiries requesting more information about this photographic technique. A very talented photographer and reader of this blog, Sherri Meyer, has a great write up on how to make use
My dogs (AKA photo assistants) pausing to be humiliated by my wife and I for a gratuitous Halloween photo. [tags]halloween, dog costume, happy halloween, dog, canine, K9, german shepherd, jack russell terrier, wonder woman, superman, supergirl, batman[/tags]
Â “There are two kinds of photographers: those who compose pictures and those who take them. The former work in studios. For the latter, the studio is the world… For them, the ordinary doesn’t exist: every thing in life is a source of nourishment.” – Ernst Haas Although I can appreciate studio photography I find this quote by Ernst Haas to really resonate with me. One of the most attract
The eleventh episode of EXIF and Beyond, a video podcast, has been released. Photographing Yosemite National Park in the winter is discussed. Learn more about this amazing area and tips to capture great winter landscape photos of Yosemite valley. Download the latest episode: Yosemite Winter Photos For the non-iTune listeners a streaming version of this podcast can be accessed here. Thank you for listening. Please fee
Sometimes some of the most beautiful scenery is neatly tucked away out of view just off the side of the road, such was the case with this photo. A leisurely stroll through the forest yielded this view. It was extremely relaxing, the only thing breaking the silence was the sound of rustling leafs as the wind blew through the trees. So where am I going with this? I guess if you’re driving from point A to B and yo
While driving across town here in San Francisco I happened upon this trio of Jack O’lanterns. With the sun fading and the Cape Cod-esque facade to the home I couldn’t resist photographing them. Seeing these photos again reminded me that there are only 7 more days before the trick or treaters come out.
Phototropism – a movement or growing in a particular direction that is made by a living thing in response to light – Merriam-Webster Dictionary Pictured is a ground level view of horsetails and Aspen trees shooting skyward toward the sun. Aspen Canopy and Horsetails More Fall Color Photos… [tags]fall color, aspen, nature, photo, forest, horsetail, equisetum, stock, photography, phototropism[/tags]