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More Macros

Seed bug. Other than that, I don’t know much about it.

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Lens Adjustment in Luminar

You want a straight horizon when shooting landscapes. Everyone knows this, but even I have forgotten to straighten it on occasion. Then I’m really embarrassed. This is a two-photo panorama I shot at sunrise one morning at Istokpoga. Nothing has … Continue reading

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Photos: 10/28/19

Suki and I were walking one evening when I saw this big fat toad a couple feet away. Here’s a crop that shows detail. Kind of an ugly sucker, eh? It’s a cane toad, and it is illegal to release … Continue reading

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Photos: 9.9.19

I’ll start with a couple of photos of damselflies. These tiny creatures are so interesting when you get a good look at them. The first one was taken at Windy Point Park on Lake Istokpoga. The second was taken in … Continue reading

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Photos: 9.5.19

They looked like mosquitos, but they were perched on plants at daybreak, seemingly drinking water off the leaves. I approached cautiously and took pictures. Because it was nearer dark than light, ISO was set high and F-stop was low. They … Continue reading

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