Category Archives: Focus Stacking
It’s Official … Spring is Here!
Today’s post features one of Missouri’s earliest blooming, woodland wildflower … the Harbinger of Spring (aka, “Pepper and Salt”). While hiking the woodland trails of Ha Ha Tonka State Park (in the Missouri Ozarks) last week, I found this small, and often overlooked wildflower blooming adjacent to the woodland trail I was hiking. I captured […]
Stacking the Leaves
Today’s post features a couple of focus-stacked images I captured last week during peak fall colors around the Lake of the Ozarks, in south-central Missouri. Focus-stacking is a technique I really like to employ when capturing close-up images, or macro images. Using a shallow depth of field, I capture multiple images, varying the focusing point […]
Baby, It’s Cold Outside!
Fun Friday: With a Luna …
2018 Highlights – March & April
Continuing with my favorite experiences and images of 2018, this post features images captured in March and April. March was pretty slow with regards to photography … I was busy with business income taxes, primarily. But by the end of March, and continuing into April, bulb plants, and then woodland wildflowers really started showing up! […]
Fun Friday: Changes in My Nursery
As I mentioned in a post last week, I have collected several Black Swallowtail butterfly eggs and caterpillars. They are housed in a mesh, indoors “nursery” in my rural Missouri home. I had been waiting for the caterpillar to begin making it’s chrysalis. Well, I went to bed on Tuesday night and the caterpillar was […]