This is an old grist mill just outside of Cornelia Georgia. It dates back to about 1890. If you are interested in a second home it sits on 16 acres with a separate three bedroom two bath home. It has been for sale for over a year so I suppose they will work with you…
I brought this hydrangea bloom into the bench after looking at it for days after the hard freeze to see if I could pull a couple of shots out of it. Both images are very close to 1:1 macro. The black and white is 24 stacked frames and the color 42 frames. Developing was done in…
Some images from the airshow and a great sunset in Central Oregon last weekend. The airshow was The Cascades Airshow. Sunset images taken from the top of Round Butte near Madras. (be sure to click on smaller images to see full size)
The four images in this series are all from the same plant at different stages. All are stacked images using Magic Lantern and Zerene Stacker. There is also some HDR work involved in them. It will be the last of these for the year. On to other things. Clicking on the image will get you…
I noticed this leaf laying under the holly tree in the back yard and couldn’t pass up shooting it. This is actually eight frames stacked to get the sharpness I wanted using the macro lens. (Clicking on the image will give you a large version.)
I have been told that it is sacrilegious to convert a daffodil to black and white because of the great yellows representing Spring. Oh well ~ Click for the large image.
I had the chance to attend the Cascades Air Show in Madras, Oregon a few weeks ago. It was my first time at this type of event and it was a ball. I went out with the intention of getting some images that I could convert to black and white so the images would more match the era of the aircraft.
I had the pleasure of meeting David Baxter of Biplanes Northwest and getting the chance to shoot his two beautiful Starduster biplanes. I’d like to say thank you to him for bringing them out. They were a joy to see and shoot.
Here are a hand full of my favorites from the show. Be sure to click on the thumbnails to see the full size image.
The results of playing in my new light tent, processing in Combine ZM, Lightroom, Elements 9 and Silver Efex Pro. This is actually three stacked images to get the depth of field that I wanted.
After looking at all of the “photography” that I keep seeing on different sites and in our club competitions I have come to the conclusion and I may be being a bit of a purest on images that I am shooting. I try to shoot what I see and process it the same way. With…
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