Tag: nature

Alaska Photo Trip – Part 5

Alaska Photo Trip – Part 5

Ok folks, as you've read in my previous posts about this trip, we've had epic days, sunshine, quintessential bear fishing shots, lots of great flying adventures and above all else, lots and lots of bears and unbelievably gorgeous landscapes.    As I suspected at this point in the trip, time has gone by way too … Continue reading Alaska Photo Trip – Part 5

Alaska Photo Trip – Part 4

Alaska Photo Trip – Part 4

If you are just joining me on this journey in Alaska and haven't read the previous posts, I recommend you click the links below and follow the story Part 1          Part 2.         Part 3 The previous evening after dinner, we discussed the plans for today and our pilot suggested we … Continue reading Alaska Photo Trip – Part 4

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Just a little post tonight as I finished processing one of the images below and just had to share 🙂 I developed a fondness for shooting close-up images with my Canon 5DkII and 100mm macro lens.  I don't shoot true macro, 1:1, but instead shoot more close up or intimate nature shots. When I switched … Continue reading Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Using Filters in the Field

Using Filters in the Field

One of the questions I get asked a lot is if I still use filters when I shoot. My answer is always a very quick "Yes I most certainly do!"  "And I'm going to continue using them for the foreseeable future" Many of the younger photographers ask why?   In this age of bracketing for exposure, … Continue reading Using Filters in the Field