I enjoy using my fisheye as a walking lens.
I ski Mount Stupid all the time. Find out what that means.
A couple of weeks ago I took some photos of a new arch in my town. The Sun gave me some cool flares, but there were *also* a number of garish blue flares which ruined some of my more interesting photographs. On1 Photo Raw to the rescue.
Last week I found myself at a pastors’ retreat on Long Beach Island 1. I was excited because it was the first time in years that I’d be in a location which didn’t suffer from insane light pollution. I resolved to take some time at night, no matter the temperature, and head to beach for…
Earlier this week I attended a clergy retreat in Harvey Cedars, NJ. It was a blessed time, filled with time for contemplation instead of programming. I spent a good portion of our time in silence walking the wintering streets of the Summer resort with my camera. Few cars were out, fewer houses were occupied. My only earthly companions were the wind and the sky above me.
This past Christmas I received a fisheye lens from my daughter as a present. It was a thoughtful gift, and I’m going to get some wonderful use out of it. I even got some lovely shots of the Delaware River.