Monthly Archives: September 2010

Photoshop Elements 9

My intention is not to spend too much time on technology in this blog if it is not directly related to nature and nature photography. However, Adobe just announced Photoshop Elements 9 last week, and this is a very significant … Continue reading

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Sharpness for Close Ups

This is a great time of year for close ups (okay, to be honest, I think every time of year is a great time for close ups!) -- fall color from tree leaves to fruit, fall flowers, seeds and seed … Continue reading

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Virginia’s Eastern Shore

Guest blog by Jim Clark, www.jimclarkphoto.com Flanked by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Virginia’s Eastern Shore is a land of coastal wetlands and seashores, diverse assemblages of wildlife, and seasons that bring … Continue reading

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A Note

Some of you may have noticed that this blog has a new look. I changed how it was hosted which allows a number of better things. This will mean you will have to re-subscribe if you had subscribed. Rob

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Fall Colors

Fall is such a fun time for photography. Fall colors can be outstanding in so many locations. Trees turn color all across the country, fall flowers add their color from goldenrod (which does not cause hay fever) to asters, prairie … Continue reading

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What About Those Nature Films?

Have you ever wondered about nature films today? I have. There is both good stuff and bad stuff on the television. I found the series, Life, from the BBC that played earlier this year to be absolutely stunning. It was … Continue reading

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