Monthly Archives: August 2017

XDrive Photo Lesson 6 – Focus on Blurs

This is my submission for XDrive Photo Lesson 6 – Focus on Blurs. All photos were taken with Nikon D750. (Left: F/5.6; 1/6 Sec.; ISO 320; FL 48mm Right: F/5.6; 1/8 Sec.; ISO 320; FL 170mm) (F/4.8; 1/10 Sec.; ISO … Continue reading

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Two Photos at Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center

These photos were taken at Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, which is located at Church Creek, Maryland. I had mentioned this visitor center to my daughter and she said I should stop by, so I did. Then, I felt … Continue reading

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Odd Ball and Sharpness

I haven’t participated Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge for a while, but it is in my mind all the time. Here is my submission… Also, I would like to re-post my photos for XDrive Sharpness lesson, particularly for those who … Continue reading

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XDrive Photo Lesson 5 – Sharpness

This is my submission for XDrive Photo Lesson 5 – Sharpness. (All photos were taken with Nikon D750.) There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept. — Ansel Adams It’s easy for him to say that, … Continue reading

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XDrive Photo Lesson 4 – Breathing Space (Part 2)

This is a continuation of my submission for XDrive Photo Lesson 4 – Breathing Space 😉 Mainly, I am trying to incorporate some (all?) of Raj’s comments. (All photos were taken with Nikon D750.) Photo #1 Raj said, “Pic 1: … Continue reading

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XDrive Photo Lesson 4 – Breathing Space

This is my submission for XDrive Photo Lesson 4 – Breathing Space. (All photos were taken with Nikon D750.) “White Space is where the world and all distraction falls away. Where the voice of the Divine can be heard. Where … Continue reading

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