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  1. Photography

    If you would like to see more of my photos, here is the link to my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/songdogstudios/albums Otherwise, I thought I'd post a couple here, for fun. The last two are from my phone, but still show a bit of some adventures.
  2. PNW Photographer and Explorer

    Hello, all. I am new here, so this is my obligatory first post. I live in Oregon and have been an explorer and mountaineer most of my life. However, in recent years, I haven't had as much time as I would like to get out there on multi-day adventures, and have been limited to day trips around the PDX region. I am always looking to hear about any abandoned mines, ghost town updates, and abandoned buildings to photograph. I have been a rockhound most of my life, but only recently decided to add precious metals (namely gold) to my list of things to prospect for. Of course, I don't expect anyone to share their spots, but if anyone has any useful info in this regard, I'd love to hear it. I am hoping to make adventuring a more regular thing, including blogging my trips reports (which I intend to crosspost here). I am also beginning my search for a better adventure vehicle, so am looking for suggestions there, as well. I have a knack for getting small cars into places they should not be (and even getting them back out again), but am definitely looking for something more rugged for my next purchase (I have experience with Subaru, Toyota, and Jeep, but it's been a number of years since I had anything with 4WD). My dogs go with me everywhere, so they get their own intro. Mesa is the australian shepherd and D'Argo is the belgian malinois. Both are in training for scent work (mantrailing, nosework, and truffle/antler hunting) and backpacking, and D'argo is also learning to be my primary method of defense (the secondary being a gun, of course).
  3. Many of us enjoy photographing flowers, but not many know exactly what they are called or how to identify them. After a while it gets annoying have label a photo as "pretty yellow flower" or "fluffy white wildflower." Fortunately there are a number of good to excellent sites on the internet to help with identification. MyWildflowers.com offers one of the easiest advanced search tools: http://www.mywildflowers.com/identify.asp Healthy Home Gardening also has a fairly easy search tool: http://healthyhomegardening.com/Plant_Identifier.php?m1=3 The USDA site: http://plants.usda.gov/java/ The Better Homes & Garden Plant Encyclopedia: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plant-dictionary/ Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture: http://biology.burke.washington.edu/herbarium/imagecollection.php?Page=plantkey.php World Wide Flowering Plant Identification: http://www.colby.edu/info.tech/BI211/PlantFamilyID.html Wild Flowers, Ferns & Trees of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona & Utah: http://www.swcoloradowildflowers.com/index.htm
  4. I shoot with a Canon Rebel t2i, how about you?
  5. Sounds like the National Forest Service may start issuing fines if you take photos on "public" land. Read more here. What do you think?
  6.   Read more and view more photos here.   Seems an artist collects the dead animals and sets them up to photograph them. Kinda cool?
  7. Chasing Hummingbirds

    Hey guys, I am back, LOL! Been busy chasing hummingbirds and trying to capture them with my camera. Finally managed to get some fairly decent shots, but plan to work on getting even better ones Here are the specs on this set, where I ran the photos through the BW Styler program to get these black & white effects. CAMERA SPECS: Nikon D3200 with an AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm kit lens, as well as a with a Vivitar HD 4 MC AF High Definition 0.43X Wide Angle Converter with Macro. Hummingbird B/W Effects Program: BW Styler 1.06 Mode: Photography Mode Film: Superpanchromatic Film Grain: ISO 100 B/W Filters: Orange ND Filters: None Diffusion Filters: None Development: Short Lab Effects: None Paper Grade: Grade 3 – Special Color Tone: Platinum Frame: Circular Black Vignette (or Oval Black Soft)
  8. Pretty extensive collection: http://mashable.com/2007/06/23/photography-toolbox/
  9. Here is a great resource for free filters and plugins to use with Photoshop and other graphics programs... http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/08/03/a-z-of-free-photoshop-plugins-and-filters/
  10. What kind of Camera do you shoot with? Do you use the auto settings or manually set up your camera? I use a Canon Rebel T2i and try to us the manual settings most of the time.
  11. Anyone in here using a set of digital camera binoculars? If so, which make & model, and what do you think of the quality?
  12. http://www.designyourway.net/blog/resources/learn-tips-and-tricks-from-the-best-photography-cheat-sheets/
  13. For anyone who cares to take a look, I have completed a new gallery. This is the area where we will be looking for mountain lions http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/1-cindy-nunn.html?tab=artworkgalleries&artworkgalleryid=283540
  14. Since so many explorers use a camera for their various jaunts I thought this would make a good topic of conversation. If you use a camera you probably have something to contribute. You don't have to be a pro to do so. We all stumble upon some interesting or useful advice, or happen to find a great method that works in a given situation.