Posted on October 7, 2019
The last of the Butterfly images for this year. They closed their Butterfly exhibit at Davidson’s Mill Pond Park and removed the coverings on their butterfly house, releasing all the butterflies a few weeks ago to migrate. These were the last few we photographed before they moved on. It took me a while to work on posting these but finally got to them.
Posted on February 19, 2019
We went to the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Brigantine Division to see what we could find to photograph. In the early morning the clouds were amazing and made for interesting photo opportunities. It started out with darker looking somber clouds then brightened up as the morning went on. The featured image was shot @ 12mm on a Canon Camera. The series of clouds over the Wildlife Drive below were shot with a m43 format camera @14mm. When doing panoramas with wide angle lenses on a m43 format camera you need to overlap your images for the panorama a lot more. It is better to have more to choose from than not have enough. It seems if you have too few frames you tend to get some strange distortions (at least using Photoshop to assemble) in the blending of the images.
Category: Blog, Brigantine NWR, Oceanville NJ, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Landscapes, Panorama & Stacked Images, Skies and Clouds, Skyscapes & Clouds Tagged: 12-24mm lens, 12mm - 24mm Landscapes, 14-140mm lens, Brigantine Division, Canon Cameras, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Olympus OM-D, panoramas, wildlife drive