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Dennis has been in the field doing geology and making images. Some of the images from the geology field work will soon be included at As I Found It and Ideal Totem, most are job specific and will not. Below … Continue reading
This second part of the Style & Vision discussion starts from the premise that reader has already read part one. Not yet, scroll down and give it a quick scan before you “continue reading.”
Thinking about using stock images or photographs to enhance your web site, blog or e-book cover? Perhaps you want to enhance your printed materials: business cards, stationary or brochures? Thinking about something new or refurbished? Stock images can and will … Continue reading
What is it? Why do you bother? Why should I care? Geotagging or Geolocating is the practice of tagging or recording/assigning Global Positioning System (GPS) data to a photograph.
Below the tree line on the faces of the Rocky Mountains is the forest, here made up mostly of Lodge Pole pines and some Spruce in the valley bottoms.
Yes it is a picture of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park and no I am not claiming intimacy with a mountain.
My photography companion and AIFI contributor Harvey and I were in the foothills and eastern slopes of the front range in mid October.
Here are two images, made seconds apart, with the same camera, holding all but one variable more or less constant.
This image was taken from a slight rise of land, on a north/south gravel road called 53rd Street, at about 152 Avenue SW.