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,...
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...
Looking back at 2022

Looking back at 2022

I generally don’t share of lot of my personal life and events on this site or my photography social media sites. I also am not one, usually, to do the anual “year in review” that many people do either in December or January. In this post, however, I...
Choosing an image

Choosing an image

Recently, I have had a couple of instances that caused me to look back at my images based on a specific species of bird. One was a need for an image of a Short-billed Dowitcher for the ODF&W website. The other was a request for an image of a Black Oystercatcher...
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