June 13, 2019
Nature Photography Day 15-JUN-2019
Join us and celebrate Nature Photography Day, June 15th.
More info in the blog.
We also have three new articles out: One on wildflower photography, a new series on printing your photographs plus one on astrophotography using tracking telescope mounts.
Enjoy your reading week!
We have three new premium articles out, all dedicated to improving skills. Connie (Via the lens) has written a new, great article on wildflower photography with several good, inspirational photographs. Read her article
Ernesto (esantos) has started a new series on printing photographs, see the first part of his series and David (dagoldst) has written up what you should know about tracking mounts if you are into astronomy and photography. See his article
Balsam root and Sunset by Connie Cassinetto - from her latest article
This grouping of Balsam root, with the setting sun behind it, was shot with a Nikon Z7 24-70 lens at 1/1600 second at f/22, ISO 800, and a focal length of 40mm. I was attempting in this image to balance my desire to get a sun star with declining light, a lot of wind, and avoiding poison oak! Due to the f/22 aperture (to get the sunstar) I got a lot of noise in the bottom right corner; if I could do this shot over, I would be more careful with the balance of the settings to see if I could get the image with less noise. I was happy with the overall composition.
The latest winners have been announced and there are updates on the ongoing contests, in the blog.
Posted by bgs at June 13, 2019 8:08 AM
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