Wednesday, December 10, 2008


SS 1/2000, F 11, ISO 800

Monday, December 8, 2008


SS 1/500, F 2.8, ISO 200


SS 1/1600, F 2.8, ISO 100


SS 1/800, F 2.8, ISO 100

Sunday, December 7, 2008


This is my favorite picture from our trip. If only I wouldn't have been so zoomed in, maybe

I would have gotten his head. I still really love the picture even if he is headless:)


My attempts at panning. I think for me there is no skill yet...just luck. It either works or it doesn't.


I love the compostion of this picture. Here is the Mallard looking at me with that "are you looking at me" look. And then in the blurred background you can see his family. The mother and a chick.


These are amazing simply because, how often do you get the chance to take a resting hummingbird's picture. I totally messed up the aperture though because I didn't take a minute to think. I shot with an aperture of 2.8 and didn't get the focus I wanted. Next time I WILL remember.


SS 1/500, Aperture 2.8, ISO 200


SS 1/800, Aperture F4.5, ISO 800


SS 1/60, Aperture F 5, ISO 100

Monday, November 10, 2008


1/100 SS, F 5.6, ISO 200 (with 70-300 telephoto on a tripod)
Should have used a larger aperture...I wonder if it would have looked differently. By the way it will be a full moon on Thursday night when we have our little meeting. If it's clear maybe we can step outside for some shots. Bring your tripods if you have them and you longest lenses.


1/15 SS, F 22, ISO 200
Really cool light hugh!


1/25 SS, F 32, ISO 200
This is a picture of Mt. Rainier from Red Top Lookout