Yearly Archives: 2009
As digital photographers, our memory card is one of our most critical pieces of photo equipment we own. Without a working card, we would not be able to make and store images! Important to understand is that if you have a working memory card, as long as you take care of it, it is not likely to […]
Photographing in the winter, when temperatures drop drastically, can be very rewarding. Ice and snow can make the most recognizable landscapes look so much different. And wildlife are dressed in their best, thick winter coats. But shooting in winter does have challenges. Since cold weather is on our doorstep, I thought a review of what we should […]
Just a note to let everyone know that I have now posted some of my favorite Grand Teton NP images from my recent western NP tour. These can be found on the “Recent Travel & Photos” webpage. Next up, some scenics from Yellowstone NP!
For all my Show-Me Nature Photography Newsletter readers, I am beginning on working on my October issue. Actually, with everything going on, this will be a combination “October-November” issue. Since returning from my late September National Park photo shoot (Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain), I have had a booth at the Drexel (MO) Fall Festival […]
Just a note to let everyone we’re back from our “National Park Tour”. We were gone for nearly 3 weeks, photographing the fall colors and wildlife in Grand Teton NP, Yellowstone NP, and Rocky Mountain NP. After returning home, I participated in the Drexel Fall Festival with a booth of my photos and miscellaneous products. […]
Shooting astronomical subjects, known as “astrophotography”, can be a lot of fun to dabble in. Some of the common subjects that can be photographed using these techniques include meteor showers (of which we usually have several good showings each year), different phases of the moon, space shuttle flybys (sometimes coupled to the International Space Station, or […]