Road Trip on March 17, 2017

April 19, 2017  •  1 Comment
This road trip proved to be a pleasant time and uneventful. My daughter, Shelly, and I went up Pumphouse Road to Old Reid Park in Springfield, Ohio. We stopped at the old bridge that spans Buck Creek. The bridge is part of the Buck Creek Trail, no vehicles pass over it anymore, just pedestrians and bicycles. About a hundred feet to the east of the...
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Know your rights as a photographer

April 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
You have rights, whether you take your pictures with a high-end DSLR or a Smart Phone. You should check before you shoot, see Photographer's Rights I normally shoot barns, sheds, country landscapes, etc. Usually, I'm on a country road. Anywhere public is OK, city sidewalk, the mall, the beach. Anywhere the public congregates does not need permissi...
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Enhancing Your Photographs

April 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Enhancing Your Photographs Whether you take snapshots of your child’s birthday party, or images of gorgeous sunsets, photo-editing programs can make all your photos pop with color and detail. An essential, for me, is Photoshop CC, it’s available as a subscription for $9.95 a month. For that price you get Photoshop, Lightroom, and Camera Raw. (Cam...
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Populating the site

February 09, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We've been very busy lately. We've been uploading images to the site, and adding text and keywords, so visitors can search for pictures of interest to them. There's over two hundred pictures of barns, sheds, farms, landscapes, sunsets, sunrises, countrysides, scenery, and night shots. Most are colorful, some textured, some black and white, some sep...
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At the Beginning

January 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A few years ago I started taking my photography seriously. I used to take a lot of snapshots of Christmas, Birthdays, and family gatherings. I have had many, many different cameras over the years. It started with a Brownie when I was twelve. Then moved up the ranks, my first digital camera was a Kodak with one megapixel. After I retired, I neede...
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