I hardly use HDR software; I usually combine two exposures of one image in Photoshop if necessary. But this time I tried Photomatix Pro 5 since I shot three bracketed images below.
I followed this couple on one sunny winder day.
Deception Pass is a strait separating Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island in Washington.
EMP building from the Space Needle elevator coming down in March 2007 Finally we went to the EMP museum at Seattle Center when my husband friend’s and his family came to Seattle this week!
Joe O’Donnell put his camera, the negatives and 30 prints into a trunk and placed it in the attic for 40 years. At 11:05 A.M. on August 9, 1945, an atomic (plutonium based) bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. On August 9, 2007, American photojournalist Joe… Continue Reading →
This is my first time to see this kind of duck at the Twin Ponds Park in Shoreline.
I like a zoom lens because it is very convenient, so I enjoy it more than a fixed lens. There are Ultra-Wide, Standard and Telephoto Zoom Lenses. I use our telephoto zoom lens most when I go out shooting for fun. Our telephoto Zoom lens, 75-300 mm, is old — you can… Continue Reading →
I wrote about negative space as background in White Space Negative Space. But you can photograph subject(s) as negative space — just shoot your subject as a silhouette.
First thing I noticed was “Dog Treats” when I began to walk toward Shoreline Farmers Market today.
“Born and Grow up in Twin Ponds Park” — it’s not about me. It is about ducklings I met at Twin Ponds Park (Shoreline, WA) in June 2014!
If you want to see male and female red-winged blackbirds, go to a wetland where Typha angustifolia grow.
Waiting for the 50 years old bridge repair finish – mid May. It’s been a long time since I last went there.
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