Author Archives: Stacy

Canada Bear

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Canada Bear

My son and his bear friend. Canada, 2006.

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Fence

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Fence

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Tree on a hill

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Tree on a hill

Crockett, Texas – we were walking across the pasture to the old family cemetery and I caught my wife and kids under this tree.

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Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

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Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

Here’s a good guide to learning a little about using the Manual mode on a DSLR. Found at Living in the Stills.

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Bee & Sunflower

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Bee & Sunflower

I caught this busy guy working on a sunflower this morning in the back yard. Shot with Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 18-200mm VRII @ ƒ5.6 and 1/160 second.

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Memorial Park

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Memorial Park

Seymour Lieberman running trail at Houston Memorial Park

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Philadelphia

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Philadelphia

I was on a business trip in Philadelphia and had a couple of free hours so I grabbed my camera and tripod and started walking. A few blocks from my hotel was Rittenhouse Square Park so I set up there

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Friends

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Friends

Neighborhood Friends

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Lake Louise Ice Castle

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Lake Louise Ice Castle

Ice castle on a frozen Lake Louise – Alberta, Canada. The Victoria Glacier is in the background. This is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. As we approached the lake we saw this amazing castle that had

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WVIL

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WVIL

Is this the future of photography? The Wireless Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens (WVIL) is a concept camera from Artefact, a Seattle creative consultancy. It allows the camera body to act as a wireless viewfinder for the lens that could be handheld or mounted on

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