Monthly Archives: January 2012
Niagara Falls Panoramas
Katz, Katz, Katz, Solomon
Still playing with the aperture
I’m still working on depth of field, especially on wide-area shots. I had come to a good understand of it with macro-shots of herps, but I haven’t had a chance to photograph many of those in Ohio and Georgia. Not only is setting the correct aperture for a shot important here, but composure can obviously make or break the photograph. I’ve taken a few shots in the past when an out-of-focus foreground rock draws the eye to the broader landscape, which was my intention here but with reduced success.
This is, again, Bear’s Den in Mill Creek Park.
Éva explores Greenwood
A few more falls photos
Jesus at Greenwood Cemetery
After a brief hike through a woodlot on the edge of John A. White Park, we came to Greenwood Cemetery, where Éva didn’t approve of a certain statue. Although in a welcoming stance as percieved by people, Éva seemed to interpret the stance, and size, as threatening, perhaps because it might be a stance people take before picking her up. She began barking at the statue, so I walked around it with her, and Allison and I sat down below it for a time. She continued to pace around and bark…