This is a long article about Infrared (IR) image processing. If you don’t process IR photos, feel free to just look at the photos! And please take a look at the new Infrared Gallery I added under the Galleries / Portfolio menu at the top. You probably know I like IR photography. I’ve written about … Continue reading Infrared evolutions
Well, Happy Easter, happy April Fools Day, and happy Chinese Space Station Crashing to Earth Day! Instead of writing about any of that, I have some photos from an early March visit to Orlando Wetlands Park that I want to share. I had the place to myself when I arrived that morning. It was fun to wander around and … Continue reading Orlando Wetlands Park – the rest of the story
It was very nice to visit a place with no sign of the recent hurricanes. Lots of other folks thought so too and were out there enjoying the day.
I’ve selected 11 images to include in a gallery of my favorite 2011 photos. I have 3 mammals, 3 birds, 2 landscapes, and 3 miscellaneous subjects …
Wisconsin was very different from Florida. The day we left it was sunny with a high in the 80s. In Wisconsin, it was overcast with a temperature in the 40s, and because it’s so much farther north, the sun set at 4:15pm – making the days seem very short.
Here’s another photo from our trip last week to the Circle B Bar Reserve: Sunrise marsh: Early morning at the Circle B Bar Reserve near Lakeland, Florida The dynamic range of the light in a scene like this is extreme – a perfect opportunity to try your hand at High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography. I … Continue reading An HDR photo and some tips
Hello again, readers! I apologize for a somewhat lengthy post, but today I wanted to catch you up on photo related happenings over the last couple of weeks – so there are several topics worth mentioning. Circle B Bar Reserve A week ago (Saturday, 22 Jan), I returned to the Circle B Bar over in … Continue reading Catching up
It was exciting to spot a Bobcat. It was stalking slowly through the grass, but I only manage a single (poor) frame before it disappeared. I wish it had lingered for a few minutes so I could get a better shot.
We’ve had fantastic weather here in Central Florida this week – perfect for a photo outing. When Kevin K. invited me to go back to Viera Wetlands yesterday with Frank B., I readily agreed. There’s a lot to see with many baby birds about and even reports of a King Rail family. There are also … Continue reading Black-bellied Whistling Ducks
I talked Keith H. into meeting me at Orlando Wetlands Park yesterday for some dawn photography. We planned to arrive early so we could get to a good place and set up before the sun rose. Plans don’t always go the way you want.