Tag Archive: flower

Wild Flowers

Ahhh…new flowers, spring is just around the corner. Uses my new Vivitar Series 1 90mm f/2.5 (Bokina) Playing with the bokeh…this is an awesome lens!

Red(s)

Swiss Chard A nice smile or maybe it’s her eyes Out of Sync, girl on right half a step back Western Tanager Taste test Pacific Dogwood Romantic Nestled nicely

Water Droplet’s

Got this shot while testing my wide angle zoom (16-45) and got as close as I could. Spiderweb with droplets, 50/2.8 macro lens I thought the reflection in the droplet looked neat with… Continue reading

Flora

Spot free ladybug, unusual to see. Looks harmless, but is the Tyrannosaurus Rex of the bug world. Used in many gardens for bug control. Dahlia’s and bee’s…perfect match! Used a flash for some… Continue reading

Live Action…Stopped

Experimenting with the shutter at high speed. 43/1.9 @ f/2, 1/1000, ISO-1250, spot meter 300/4 @ f/4, 1/1250, ISO-250 Hottest drummer in the land. 100/2.8 @ 1/800, ISO-200 Overhead view? Optical illusion 50/2.8… Continue reading

Floaters

Captured these right around twilight, used a strobe and noticed the background almost gone. I used lightroom and underexposed the background to make them float. Camera set to spot meter the rim in… Continue reading

The Palouse

These are images from a photo fieldtrip to The Palouse located in Northwestern United States, Southeastern Washington. This area was voted as one of the top 10 scenic places in the US. The… Continue reading

Two-Tailed Swallowtail

This was shot in the DC area with a Pentax K-5, 43/1.9 @ f/8, 1/80sec, ISO-200 Captured with a 300/4 @ f/4, 1/1250sec, ISO-100, spot meter 300/4 @ f/4, 1/200sec, ISO-100, spot meter

Hydrangea Honey

Shot at 1/1600sec @ f/4, ISO-160, metered at center weight average

Silky Dahlia

Tested an old 35-105/3.5 macro lens and really loved how the colors and textures turned out. Experimenting with DOF and focus. This is a great flower to shoot all the way through fall.