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    Landscapes in B&W

    I hope you'll enjoy this photo!
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    Landscapes in B&W

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    Landscapes in B&W

    Seascape
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    Animals Show Birds

    Thanks!
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    Show Clouds Sunrise/Sunset

    San Francisco Skyline during sunrise. Photographed from Tiburon, California.
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    Animals Show Birds

    Hope you'll enjoy this set. Wild, hand-held, no cropping. Double-crested Cormorant Red-tailed Hawk Black-crowned Night Heron Western Gull Brandt's Cormorant Heermann's Gull Snowy Egret
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    Animals Show Birds

    Snowy Egret
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    Fog Image Thread

    Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco, California. Alcatraz Island. San Francisco, San Francisco.
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    Show "Flowers"

    Lotus Flower in side-light.
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    Dramatic B&W images

    Wonderful image with lots of interesting light and shadow play! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    Hope you'll enjoy this set. Black-crowned Night Heron juvenile form Double-crested Cormorant Black-crowned Night Heron adult form
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    Show "Signs"

    At a harbor in California. Black-crowned Night Heron on sign.
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    the Cemetery image thread....

    Hello, Here's a few of my favorite photos from cemeteries in California.
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Here's a few more I hope you'll enjoy. Illuminated
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    Dramatic B&W images

    California Sea Lions
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    Animals Show Birds

    Hello, Here's a few I hope you'll enjoy. Wishing you all the best in your photography! Tony Snowy Egret Great Blue Heron Great Egret Western Gull Brown Pelican
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    Animals Show Birds

    A few wide-angle. Wild, hand-held, no cropping. Enjoy! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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    Animals Show Birds

    Long time since my last post. I hope you'll enjoy these photos. Wild, hand-held, no cropping. Tony 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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    Animals Show Birds

    Here's a series of Snowy Egret photos featuring side-lighting, which remains my favorite way to light the subject. Hand-held, no cropping. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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    ASU Research Park

    Superb in black & white. Wonderful composition! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    I hope you'll enjoy this set! Hand-held, no cropping. 1. Great Blue Heron 2. Black Oystercatcher 3. Double-crested Cormorant 5. Muscovy Duck 6. Red-shouldered Hawk
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    A few more! 1. 2. Illuminated 3. 4. 5. 6.
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Great! Thanks for taking the time to comment! Tony
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    That's fantastic, Luke. Tony
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    Favorite Black & White Photos

    A few more Pinnacle National Monument shots. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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    Favorite Black & White Photos

    The first shot is a favorite "forced-perspective" photo. This cemetery statue is no taller than three feet. I wanted to give the impression of a towering figure and what might appear as a hill in background is actually a section of mausoleums. A storm had just passed. 1. Cemetery Angel 2...
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    Favorite Black & White Photos

    Here's a mix of my favorite black & white conversions. As with every category of photography I enjoy, I strongly favor the darker end of the exposure spectrum. I love how black & white photography, in particular, provides light & shadow the opportunity to perform their magical duet. Tony 1...
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    Angkor Part 2

    Really sensational work. Excellent, thoughtful compositions. Tony
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    Dogs

    Superb! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    Here's a mix of wide-angle and portrait I hope you'll enjoy. 1. Snowy Egret 2. Green Heron 3. Brown Pelican 4. Black-crowned Night Heron (juvenile form) 5. Snowy Egret 6. Double-crested Cormorant
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Black Foam Core Projects I'm certain there exists many creative methods that will yield similar results. I'm providing the methods I use to achieve these types of shots and I hope this information proves helpful should you decide to give it a try. I'll include a couple of my favorite flower...
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    I hope you enjoy this set, which includes an illuminated starfish! 1. Illuminated "Even Broken Hearts Can Shine Again" 2. 3. 4. Illuminated 5. 6.
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Thank you for commenting. Yes, there are many methods that will yield similar results. Black foam core board was something I simply decided to try, found it worked well and that was that! I'll look forward to seeing how this specific seashell project works out for you and your wife and I'll...
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Thank you, and yes, #6 from the first set is indeed glowing because it's being illuminated from the light source underneath the shell. I'll continue to identify them as "Illuminated" immediately after the image number. Tony
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    Hello Luke, Thank you. I'd be very happy to share this information. The free exchange of information remains the lifeblood of a thriving photography community! :) Tony
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    Black Foam Core Projects

    One of my favorite "tabletop" macro / close-up photography projects involves the use of black foam core board and strategic lighting angles. My seashell collection looks especially nice against the black background. It celebrates the interplay of light & shadow and makes for a very enjoyable...
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    Inner Space Meets Outer Space

    When I last visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, Califronia, my primary interest was jellyfish. I wanted to create the effect of an image you might see in astrophotography similar to photographs of deep space nebulae. The particles floating within the tank lend the appearance of...
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    Wet leaves . . .

    Wonderful subtle color and interesting textures! Tony
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    Thwarted astro attempt

    Neat result. Well done! Tony
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    Hello To All

    Thanks, Sue. My superzooms have always provided wonderful results that I'm very happy with. Regardless of the make, model or price of a camera, truly being happy with our photos is all we could ever hope for! Tony
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    Hello To All

    Thanks very much, Tony. I appreciate that! Great name, by the way! Tony
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    Hello To All

    Thanks so much for the warm welcome and comments. Yes, I've always enjoyed my superzoom cameras. I'm sure hoping that Santa's reading this thread! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    Here's a few of my favorite wide-angle shots. Again, wild, hand-held, no cropping. I often title the first shot "Snowy Egret Ballet." 1. Snowy Egret 2. Green Heron 3. Great Egret 4. Great Blue Heron 5. Snowy Egret
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    Animals Show Birds

    Thanks, Sue. Yes, their eyes are quite stunning. Soon I'll post a series of the amazing transformation these herons undergo. From the changes in their eyes and plumage during the transition from juvenile to adult form, you'd swear they were unrelated birds! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    Thanks very much, Tilman. I really enjoyed browsing your excellent website links. Fantastic work! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    One more set here then off to collect a few more photographic souvenirs! Tony The first image of the cormorant was especially fun in that we were bobbing up-and-down quite vigorously on opposite facing docks at a harbor. It was a bit of a challenge to compose and time the shot! 1...
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    Hello To All

    Hello, I enjoy bird & wildlife photography with my collection of superzoom cameras. I look forward to sharing my photos and interacting with you. I've recently posted a thread in the Nature forum titled "Strictly For The Birds" if you'd like to see the types of images I enjoy capturing. Best...
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    Out Cold...

    Wonderful image. Well done! Tony
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    Dogs

    Truly fantastic photos in this thread! Tony
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    Animals Show Birds

    Hello, New member here! I wanted to share my favorite bird photos with you. I especially enjoy portrait style captures and the effect that side-lighting has on my subjects, therefore, early morning or late afternoon sunlight works best. I prefer to shoot toward the slightly darker end of the...
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