I have loved photography all my life. I think taking pictures not only helps us preserve memories, it also shows us what kind of beauty is all around us. I have just been recently reintroduced to the passion I have missed for a couple of years.

I believe that art comes in many forms. I hope you enjoy the art as much as I have by capturing it. I have been an amateur for years and welcome the opportunity to continue my passion.

Enjoy!

  • Joined: May 2009

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So thankful...

I wanted to thank the people who thought my cards, calendar and poster was good enough to buy. I appreciate their support. I also want to thank RB for the high quality of product they offer to support our endeavors. / This is a current list of sales: / 15 Garden Flowers / 36 Merry Xmas / 12 Ice Forest / 12 Winter Trees / 10 Daisy among Daisies / 10 Neighbors / 6 Sun bound daisies / 6 Whit…
Posted over 6 years – Leave a comment

Flag Counter on RB

Go to Flagcoutner.com. / Get your own flagcouter based on the settings you choose. / Look at the “Code for Websites” / <a href="http://s01.flagcounter.com/more/cMBi"><img src="http://s01.flagcounter.com/count/cMBi/bg=FFFFFF/txt=000000/border=CCCCCC/columns=2/maxflags=12/viewers=0/labels=0/" alt="free counters" border="0"></a> / You want the IMG SRC within the quotati…
Posted almost 7 years – 2 comments

How to get details of a digital photograph file in Windows.

More groups on RB are expecting information on the digital picture that you have taken. A lot of photography doesn’t require such detail, just a great photo. If you are in a situation where someone asks for the f-stop or ISO, this could be your guide on how to get the info you need. / When you take photos from most digital cameras these days, they carry Exif information. Exchangeable image …
Posted about 7 years – 7 comments

Difference between F-stop & aperture.

I made a reference in a group of someone not ever having to know the difference between f-stop & aperture and someone else called me out on the difference. Where most people think they are the same, I posted this as an example to the difference. / The f-stop is responsible for DOF (Depth of Field). The lower the f-stop, the lower the number of items that are in focus relative to subject. The …
Posted about 7 years – 9 comments
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