bosque del apache wildlife refuge part one

Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge – Part One Talk about a target rich environment! Possibilities for incredible wildlife photography abound. The scenery, a variety of birds, and combinations of the two make for a great time photographing in this wildlife … Continue reading

back to sedona wetlands

Sedona Wetlands Photo Gear Testing Well, I gotta tell ya it’s been very busy and I’ve been remiss in posting here for about a week. I photographed a four-day event coverage job with its attendant post-processing along with my regular … Continue reading

hummingbird photo – lumix

Hummingbird Photo – Lumix GX8 Hanging out this morning and thought I’d do some camera testing with my Lumix GX8 and the 100-300mm G Vario f4-5.6 (200-600mm equivalent) lens. I made these images handheld with stabilization turned on. Settings for … Continue reading

international photographic competition – pt 4

International Photographic Competition – Part 4 Change is in the air! Due to a change in this year’s judging procedure, I can share my Loan Collection images from the International Photographic Competition (IPC) put on by Professional Photographers of America … Continue reading

international photographic competition pt 3

International Photographic Competition – Pt 3 Finally! I can get some work done. Like many photographers around the country, I have been watching the judging of the International Photographic Competition hosted by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA). ‘Hiding’ – … Continue reading

at the zoo photography – part 2

Photography at the Zoo – Part Two If you look at yesterday’s post you’ll see the capture and processing of an orangutan photographed through a dirty plate glass window which pushed capture and processing skills. Today I want to share … Continue reading

at the zoo – photography

Photography from the Zoo Wanna be a better photographer? I do! I always try to improve my skills by pushing out of my comfort zone and create different images from different places. I always try to improve my skills by … Continue reading