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.
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Posted on August 9, 2019
This is a Sunrise Panorama (3 images @ 150mm) along the Wildlife Drive at J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. This spot is just a little before where I was photographing the Reddish Egret in the previous post. We got there early to get the sunrise and to be set up for when the birds start to fly in and gather in the water and on the sand dune area.
Posted on February 7, 2019
An early morning sun shining through the tree limbs. Shot with an iPhone as I was taking a walk at a local nature preserve. 2 shot HDR image using the Camera Pro App. Sometimes you just do not feel like lugging around a big camera, but usually when you do not take one you see an image you want to take or one that catches your eye. The Camera Pro App is a love hate relationship. Sometimes it is amazing for its HDR feature. Other times if fails miserably. I give it working well 60 to 70 percent of the time. I have now switched to the Camera+ 2 app which seems to work better.
Posted on June 11, 2018
I liked this morning sunrise image because it accented the warm sun rising low on the right side with its warm glow going above the trees and reflecting in the lake water. And still has a cool bluish tone on the left side of the image as the sun was rising. The bluish tone only lasted for a few minutes allowing me to get a few images to work with. I really liked the night to day feel of the image with the colors and tones. I got there before sunrise to be ready for the rising sun and be setup for the shot. As I was waiting I enjoyed the tones I was starting to see develop. Image shot at 22mm with a Canon 17-40mm zoom lens.
Posted on February 15, 2018
As we were driving along the Wildlife Drive at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, we were enjoying the colorful morning sky. I liked this tree silo’d against the colorful morning sky, so I took a few shots and then moved on to see what other photo opportunities could be found.
Posted on February 14, 2018
This is a double header. A Bald Eagle early in the morning, Plus a colorful Sunrise! This combines a couple of the reasons I enjoy photographing at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge outside of Cambridge, Maryland. Shot with a Canon 400mm f/4 DO lens with a Canon 1.4X teleconverter. The Eagle was backlit, so I exposed for the sky, then opened up the shadows in Adobe Camera Raw.
Posted on July 13, 2017
A 2 image vertical panorama shot at 24mm and assembled in Photoshop. On this day we arrived right at sunrise. So we went just a short way down the Wildlife Drive to an open water area to catch the sun just rising over the horizon. I shot multiple versions, horizontal and vertical, but liked this version best with more foreground along the shore.