Posted on December 19, 2019
I am still going through images I photographed in past visits to my favorite areas and I am slowly working through adjusting my files. The featured image is a sunrise from the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Oceanville, New Jersey. I was using a 12 – 24mm zoom @ 12mm. I shot 6 overlapping images with a lot of overlapping on each because I was shooting wide @ 12mm. If you do more shots when shooting @12mm they overlap more, so it seems to blend better automatically in Photoshop.
Category: Blog, Brigantine NWR, Oceanville NJ, Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Favorite Locations, Panorama & Stacked Images, Panoramas, Skies and Clouds, Skyscapes & Clouds, Tips & Techniques Tagged: 12-24mm lens, brigantine div., Brigantine Division, Brigantine NWR, Brigantine Panorama, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, sunrise, sunrise landscape, Sunrise Panorama
Posted on October 15, 2016
We usually always try to photograph birds and wildlife as close as possible, trying to fill the frame with their image, or getting an interesting composition. But sometimes I like to photograph my photo subjects showing the environment they live in. Also it helps when trying to find them if you know where to look.