The last few days we’ve been over on the west side of the state, staying at our friend’s family’s farmhouse. It rained most of the way there, and most of the first day; whereas I’d been managing a page or two of the book I was reading about coyotes »
The idea of this trip was borne in part out of the frustrations of my previous trip while taking a long detour drive because the hike I’d planned proved too challenging that day and I was having all this trouble finding accommodation and I pulled the car over for »
It seems I haven’t really made all that many photographs in Ann Arbor this year, not even in our garden. The way my hands hurt in the cold can increase my reluctance to just get out and wander around Ann Arbor as I might have done some years back. »
There are a variety of ways to take the photographs to use to make a composite, panorama photograph, and a variety of software options to stitch the frames together and deal with any problems; plus there are a number of ratios you can crop the result to, or you »
As a warm up for my trip to Scotland next week, I was out yesterday in Black Pond Woods at LSNC. There was a lot
There was a time when I was really concerned with detail, with sharpness, in my photographs. With my first digital camera, it didn’t have too many pixels, and I found that frustrating. Many years later I discovered the issue was really more with the software, and reworking those files »
Fall is coming to Black Pond woods. Admittedly, not that much yet. There are quite a few yellowed leaves on the floor. And it is even more difficult to see in the trees themselves. It’s most visible in some of the vines and especially in the sumac.