I have acquired a Nikon D70 modified with a 590nm infrared sensor filter. I have passed along my previous Fuji IS-Pro UVIR. I was not really enjoying the UV side; meanwhile, this modified Nikon can cover the infrared side for much less expense. Plus, it does not need an external filter for 590nm, so it […]
I find what a blue filter does to the color yellow to be fascinating. It creates a very striking effect, as in this stand of bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis). Bloodroot is just approaching its bloom finish this year. Our early wildflowers are about two weeks late compared to recent years. However, the trillium grandiflorum are catching […]
Notable for the lack of footprints.
Abstract with a Micro-nikkor 60mm AF.
For the One Picture a Day challenge, not every image is intended as art. Some are simply snapshots, or merely a record of what has consumed my attention. I have a book on my Kindle that has been 35 years in the making, the Last Dark. It is the final book in a series begun […]
Light from the full moon has turned the misty waters of the pond into a pool of liquid metal. Taken with a Micro-Nikkor 60mm AF on a Nikon D90, propped on a bench, focus on infinity, awesomeness on 11.
This little ramshorn snail is in my aquarium. I have recently had a small population boomlet. I increased the lighting in order to feed my other snails, nerites. The nerites are either old, or too good at cleaning that there is insufficient food, for they are dying. If they increase in lighting does not keep […]
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Just a common oxeye daisy, but with a twist. The blue filter effect, among the black-and-white presets in Aperture, does curious things to yellow. It tends to obscure fine details with jet black when applied straight. Playing with the mid-level contrast and the Levels tool brought details back in the center. The Fibonacci number patterns of […]
Wide angle fun today. I recently purchased a Tokina 11-16mm ultra wide angle lens. I have been looking for chances to try it out. The gray weather today is not good for color or landscapes, so I went looking for black and white architecture. This boat house tower has been a subject before for me […]