Category Archives: On Exploring Photography

At the Gardens

Last week my Brother-in-Law visited us, and one of the things we did was go to the Botanical Gardens, which is always a terrific time, as well as a great place to practice photography! I organized my edited shots from … Continue reading

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New video: My photographic journey, thus far

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“I’ll take ‘KINDS OF RAMAS’ for $1000, Ken”

The answer: “This type of widescreen photograph can be created in Lightroom by stitching together multiple photographs from a single vantage point.” “What is a panorama?” Last Sunday I was at Chestnut Ridge park on a wonderfully clear day, and thus I … Continue reading

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“The Promise of Spring”

Via Leanne Boulton, one of my favorite photographers working today. Boulton resides in Scotland and primarily produces street photography, which is one of my favorite genres. And as great good luck would have it, this photo appears on a day … Continue reading

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Astro

Photography, that is. Last week I was blessed with (a) a clear night, and (b) very little moonlight. This led to a brief astrophotography session outside, where I set up my tripod right in my driveway, set my camera’s focus … Continue reading

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The trains don’t run anymore….

Photos from a short walk at the Orchard Park Railroad Depot yesterday. The Depot, you may remember, has been lovingly restored after years of neglect after the trains stopped running, and the tracks are now a rail trail. These weren’t … Continue reading

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Editing with Lightroom!

While studying photography this past year, I’ve learned that the most prevalent photo-editing software out there seems to be a program called Lightroom. (I don’t want to admit how long it took me to realize that this is a pun on … Continue reading

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Let the river run….

It is rapidly turning out that water is one of my favorite subjects for photography. It does so many fascinating things, and its relationship with light is particularly fascinating…. The top three are of Buffalo Creek as it flows past … Continue reading

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Snow and Ice

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Scenes from Downtown Buffalo and Canalside

For a long time I’ve wanted to go down to Canalside, a sort-of public commons area on the Inner Waterfront in downtown Buffalo, to take photos of the people ice-skating on the rink there. I finally did just that last … Continue reading

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