There’s a huge demand for post processing or editing instruction and we are frequently asked if we do editing workshops. At this stage, no we don’t. But, we have come up with a nifty concept to provide you with some
On the Workshop yesterday we had some challenging lighting, rain, wind and etc. I found a nifty piece of software that does a pretty good job decreasing noise and enhancing your photos. I had a hard time with this image
We were out on the beach at 6:30 this morning collecting baby shearwaters who were totally waterlogged, exhausted, being pursued by huge Pacific Gulls for breakfast and could no longer fly. This was part of a research study on why
We’re getting a little animated with our alter egos Mooney and Tex!
Here’s my best crack at that bloody moon. I think this one was more difficult to shoot than the last one. It kept that little white halo on the bottom and made exposures a pain in the backside.
Blood Moon – 4 April 2015 11pm Find a nice dark spot, set up your tripod, pop on your zoom if you’ve got one, get your remote release (or use your 2 sec delay) and get a shot of the