In the last months I have been reading a little about the preferences for PS when creating files to share on the web, I am unsure as to which image interpolation
I revisited this posterized image of the San Francisco Bay that I took from a ferry a couple of years ago, and thought it would fit the theme.
This was taken on Wednesday in the yard of Repurpose (a building recycling business) of a partial pedestal. The original (which I like better I think
Five beautiful drake teals in fresh breeding plumage, and one still looking ratty from the molt...which one do you think was the only one to come out
I was preparing some images for submission to my licensing agency when I came across this one from a trip to Singita in the Sabi Sands back in March 2012.
This image was taken today at a local Nature Center. I liked that he grabbed a beak full of moss. Cloned out a couple of sunflower seeds below the tail.
White Crowned Sparrow photographed recently near the shore of Lake Superior. Some were singing, but not this one. Food used as an attractant.
Last weekend I had the honor of exhibiting my bird photography for the National Park Service. The Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area held
When I press the release on the shutter cable, I usually have some idea of how the image will emerge from processing. Occasionally, though, that changes
I captured this image at Lake Mirror one of the lakes in Lakeland, Florida. The background is the water surface of the lake. Very little cropping, just