Tag Archives: sun

View 331: Summer Breeze

The first day of Summer for 2014 lasted 15 hours and 34 minutes at my latitude and ended in a beautiful sunset.  I photographed the event from the eastern shore of Lake Ontario as a sailboat taking advantage of the summer breeze … Continue reading

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View 316: Visiting Cowsheds Falls

Do you remember your first time visiting a natural wonder?  I am not talking about the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls but your first lake, river, mountain or waterfall? My family camped when I was young and I remember lots … Continue reading

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Seduced by the Fisheye

When I first told you I had gotten a Fisheye lens as a present, I mentioned when the subject called for it, I would use the Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Fisheye Lens. Oh, but the Fisheye is a crafty seductress. … Continue reading

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View 265: Water and Ice

The transformation of Ithaca Falls in winter is an amazing sight.  Where water flowed freely was now incased in icicles.  Where the water still flows is now restricted and takes different paths down the rocky cascade. A close up view … Continue reading

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Trick to Using a Graduated Neutral Density Filter

A Graduated Neutral Density Filter are not like the Neutral Density filters I have talked about in the past.  Those cut the light into the entire lens opening.  A graduated ND filter, is dark on one side and gradually goes … Continue reading

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