nature photo

Depending on the season and the location, rainbows can be a rather regular sight. I once heard that Hawaiians boasted that their tropical state had at least one per day. Here on eastern Long Island they are not quite that common, but this summer and fall, there have been more sightings, and photos, than usual […]

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I led a small group of the Learning Center’s members on a wildlife photography hike through Morton Wildlife Refuge in Noyac. This location is a great place to hone tracking and photography skills needed to capture images of fast moving little critters like chipmunks and flitting birds like chickadees. Of course there are many other […]

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Minimalism-Take 2

October 9, 2010

Last week I posted a link to some fabulous minimalist photos, and we discussed them in the Wednesday evening class. What a great inspiration those sample photos were! This week I challenged the class to find their own minimalist subject, and in order to lead by example, I looked for one myself.  What could be […]

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A great place to practice your photography techniques is right in your backyard. The flower garden is ever changing with the season and the weather, and the blooms are very cooperative subjects. They don’t get bored, or tired of standing in one place, or refuse to look at the camera. What better place for a […]

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As we begin the summer fun season, there is no doubt that many photographs will be captured at the countless celebrations, parties, and scenic vistas we will encounter. As a photographer myself, I view many wonderful images, and also many nice images that would be wonderful if the photographer had taken a moment to check […]

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