Oregon Coast Energy

Oregon Coast Energy

Oregon Coast energy in the winter is palpable. It penetrates one’s body and moves the very fibers of one’s being. Even on calm days, the surf pulses and pounds upon the shore vibrating the ground as if a locomotive were passing. It is an awesome power and...
High Frame Rate – Advantages and Disadvantages

High Frame Rate – Advantages and Disadvantages

Back in the film days we had auto-winders that would allow one to shoot a roll of thirty six framesĀ  at a rate of a few images per second. In a little over one minute one could go through an entire roll of film. At that time we thought we were fast. When I moved to...
San Miguel Birds – again

San Miguel Birds – again

The birds of San Miguel de Allende were a highlight of our trip in 2019. I had brought our big lens, a 500mmf4, and wandered the canal and the botanico with it. I ended up getting quite a few images that I very mcuh enjoyed. This trip was more family focused and,...
San Miguel de Allende: a return trip

San Miguel de Allende: a return trip

We made our firt trip to San Miguel de Allende late in 2019. Now, four years later, we finally made it back for a brief return trip. Our initial plan had been to return in 2020 with an eye towards doing a “Dios de los Muertos” workshop/tour. Covid got in...
Initial thoughts on focus stacking in-camera vs software

Initial thoughts on focus stacking in-camera vs software

Several years ago, I made an effort to focus stack a few images manually. I had read an article by George Lepp in which he spoke to staking images for improved depth of field and thought it might give me an image I desired. I gathered up half a dozen images and loaded...
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