Friday, November 23, 2007

The many faces of Sasha


Looking for birds and squirrels.







Give the dog a bone.


mmmm, mmmmm

This is my brother and sister-in-law's dog Sasha. She's a beautiful Chow but a little camera shy. I had a hard time getting her picture.

First snow

AE, Shutter Speed 1/4000, Aperture Value 2.0, ISO Speed 400, Lens 50.0 mm., Flash Off

Shooting Mode - AE, Shutter Speed 1/4000 Av 2.0, ISO Speed 400, Lens 50.0 mm. Flash Off.


AE, Shutter Speed 1/4000, 2.0, ISO Speed 400, Lens 50.0 mm, Flash Off

Our first snow. Not much in my yard to take pictures of. Hopefully we'll get more snow soon.
Zippy thought it was awesome too.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Sunset



We took a drive to Steele City one afternoon. It turned out that on the way home there was a beautiful sunset. We stopped at the cemetary along the hwy to take some pictures. I had to lay in the cemetary to get the shot I wanted. CREEPY!

Dead sun worshipers








I hope they plant a field next year so I can get them in bloom.

Just messin' around

tiny bubbles

"I wish I could go out too"




These photo's are of nothing significant. I was just messing around with shooting RAW images and making adjustments.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Chewi and PeeWee

" Someone has to get some use out of this thing"

"This is my ball"

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Rare Sighting


I almost missed this very rare event. I haven't seen this in a very long time.!! Even the cat was amazed. ;-)

Monday, November 12, 2007

Feet






This photo is not what I was going for but I thought it still interesting with the gravel coming up off the ground.

The things we see during a walk in the park

1/100, 5.6, 300.0

1/200, 4.5, 85.0


1/1600, 5.0, 160.0

1/1600, 5.0, 300.0

1/400, 5.0, 75.0

1/320, 5.0, 125.0


1/250, 5.0, 170.0

1/125, 5.6, 300.0


1/320, 5.0, 230.0

All shots were with my 75-300 lens in AE mode, ISO 200.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Bare trees



Practicing with the post processing of RAW images.

New guy


We've got a new guy showing up on our deck. We just call him Tomcat. Very friendly. The strays all seem to know where we live. ;-)
Also my first attempt at post processing a RAW image.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Indian Cave State Park

Nifty 50 lens, ISO 200, 1/800, 3.5.

18-55, ISO 400, 5.6. I adjusted the brightness and color.

18-55 lens, ISO 400, 1/200, 5.6.


18-55 lens, ISO 200, 1/1000, 5.6. Adjusted color and brightness.


Here's Looking at You.

Nifty 50 lens, ISO 200, 1/160, 3.5


We took another road trip on the motorcyle last weekend to Indian Cave. There is still a little color left in the trees. We found one really thorny tree (really big thorns too!) and the lady bugs were everywhere!