One Good Eye

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A bag o’ sharps

A bag o’ sharps

In previous posts, I’ve touched on some aspects of making sure your photos are acceptably sharp. Crisp. In focus. In (very) short, keep your camera unmoving during the exposure, and make sure you and your lens are focused on the thing you want in focus. Here are some tips for keeping the darn thing steady. In Pixels(…)

The bastards! Again and again!

Hello all, I apologize for the crude title, but visitors to this site in the recent past may have noticed hyperlinks, in the body of the various blogs, pointing to gambling, marijuana, and who knows what other web destinations. These hyperlinks were not mine, not put there by me, and unfortunately not noticed by me.(…)

Don’t fence me out

Don’t fence me out

What is it about a fence that keeps drawing my attention? I’ve been photographing fences, their posts and wires and gates, or what’s left of them, for a few years now and I”m beginning to believe there’s more to it than just beauty (even if that is in the eye of just this beholder). Let’s(…)

Crossing the streams

Crossing the streams

Sharpness is usually one of the technical goals in “good” photography. Maybe not sharpness everywhere in the image, but sharpness in some place or places. The “why” of sharpness could be clear communication of descriptive details, but one of the “results” of sharpness, if it’s only in limited areas, is a drawing of the eye(…)

Any which way they can?

Any which way they can?

I was attracted to an online photo contest that is being held by the manufacturer of a line of products that I use. I like the products and tell my friends about them. So I started to pull a couple of images to submit, including the one at the top of this posting, until I(…)