..so imagine my shock when I suddenly found myself looking at a vicious looking cascade followed by a huge waterfall that ended not in water but by slamming into a huge rock near its base.
two images got a feature!
As I walk up the mountain path, I feel the crisp autumn leaves crunching underneath my feet.
I must say that I have been truly blessed with some of the things that mother nature has let me bear witness to. I try to never leave my camera behind as I might miss capturing one of these precious…
sunrise III ( while I was wating for the sun to rise)was featured…
sunrising ( looking at the sun)….was featured again… !
Have you ever had one of those moments? When you saw something absolutely INCREDIBLE!! …but you didn’t have your camera?
If your cutouts have edges that look rough and missing bits, or have some of the background included, this tutorial is for you.
A few years ago I bought a couple of cans of Yam sweet potatoes for Thanksgiving. Well when thanks giving came and I opened up one of the cans low and behold, when I poured the contents into a casser…
Use a polarizer and neutral density filter to reduce the amount of light hitting you exposure meter. This will slow your shutter speed to help create the blurred effect of your moving water images.