Monthly Archives: June 2013

How did you do that?

Its three multiple exposures done in camera on one image. The Nikon D90 ( as well as a lot of the newer model digital camera) will allow you to make multiple exposures on one image.  Step one,  set the camera … Continue reading

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My Top 10 Waterfalls to Photograph

Waterfalls have always been my favorite subjects to photograph. Below you can find my top ten list of my favorite waterfalls.             Cedar Falls (Hocking Hills, OH) ValleyFallsState Park (WV) CucumberFalls (Ohiopyles State Park PA) Blackwater … Continue reading

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Previsualization

“Visualization is the single most important factor in photography” Ansel Adams I was standing in the window in the evening watching one of the many rain storms we received last week. As the storm was nearly over the sun started … Continue reading

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It’s National Nature Photography Day

It's National Nature Photography Day.

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The Sunny 16 Rule

The Sunny 16 Rule.

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Use your Tripod to Stay in Focus

Use your Tripod to Stay in Focus.

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Flora, Avoid windy days

Flora, Avoid windy days.

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