I know change is a natural and inevitable part of life, but let me tell you something… I HATE IT! LOL. I had the old site down pat and all was well, but then you went and changed it! I had to learn the site all over again. Curse you Redbubble. CURSE YOU!! LOL. Seriously though, after one day of fiddling, I really had everything down. The only real complaint I have is that the groups are no longer in alphabetical order. What possessed you guys to scramble them? That I will never get.
I’ve learned a few things over the past four years following around those amazing and beautiful insects called dragonflies. I’m happy to share these tips with all of you.…
The first thing you need to know is that dragonflies are COMPLETELY HARMLESS to humans. They don’t bite OR sting in any way. They are purely beneficial to us. They eat the nasty bugs that feed on us. RESPECT dragonflies. Do not kill them out of ignorance and fear. With that said, here are my photography tips….
I don’t use tripods or monopods. Only handheld. This will take a steady hand. I tend to set my camera for a shutter speed of 1/320-400, an f16 or so, and an 800 ISO on a sunny day. You can adjust as needed. I focus on their head when shooting. I don’t use a flash unless it’s a crummy, overcast day, but I tend to no
If anyone who has bought my calendars this year happens to read this, THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! You’ve made me a very happy man. If you haven’t bought my calendars, by all means, stop by and check them out! ;)
I’ve never posted a journal entry before so I figured I’d make my first a BIG thank you to everyone who took the time to comment and favorite my photo Fields Of Gold. I’m very proud of this one and I’m thrilled that it’s been so well received thus far. Thanks again! =)