Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Weathered Peel

While drinking coffee this morning I was looking out on my deck thinking about the peeling paint;  how Nancy and I just painted this thing a little over a year ago and that it would have to be done again soon.
 I started to see some photographic possibilities so I got my camera and tripod out and stepped outside.   Lately, I have been experimenting with single lens photographs, meaning whatever lens I have on the camera or think I should use, right or wrong that is what I use.  Some days I have great results, others it's the scrap pile for the whole mess, however it does add add an element of challenge, that is kind of fun.  What do you think?? 



ISO 200 f/4 1/400th of a second  90mm Macro lens

Enter the Willow


ISO 80  f/2.4  1/140th of a second 20mm lens

The Great Willow


ISO 80 f/2.4  1/600th of a second 20mm lens

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Mountain Stream




ISO 200 f/22 1/4 of a second 50mm lens Tripod mounted

The Dragon Stream


When you walk through a stream be careful where you tread, you never know where the Dragon is sleeping.


ISO 200 f/22 1/15th of a second 55mm lens Tripod mounted

Spring Forest



ISO 200 f/22 1/5th of a second 105mm lens tripod mounted

Movement and water





ISO 200 f/22 1/6th of a second 35mm lens tripod mounted

Saturday, April 9, 2011

House




ISO 200 f/5.6  1/60th of a second 400mm lens tripod mounted

Unique Fixer Upper only been used every season





Photograph taken at ground level, bird nest is 70 feet up the tree

ISO 200 f/6.3 1/250 of a second 400mm len mounted on a tripod

Friday, April 8, 2011

Waiting Fields


Taken in the Berkshires not far from Tanglewood



ISO 200 f/8.0 1/500th of a second 35mm lens

Monday, April 4, 2011

You want to play ball ????

Teddy's favorite thing to do, he will chase this ball for hours.




ISO 1600 f/8.0 1/15th of a second handheld, 18mm lens

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Core



                                             ISO 200 f/8.0 1/50th of a second 22mm lens

Age Rings


                                                 ISO 200 f/4.5 1/250th of a second 26mm len