I didn’t even know what a bridge camera was until maybe a year-and-a-half or so ago, when I decided to concentrate on nature photography. That’s when I yearned for a 400mm lens to replace my very-good-but-now-hardly-used 300. It wasn’t long before I wanted a 600 to replace the 400 — and that’s where I was stuck until I discovered bridge cameras. Sure, I could … Read More Love ’em or Loathe ’em?
Finally, a photo of a red-tail hawk that isn’t just a dark blob against the background of a washed-out sky! I learn the hard way…and the lesson I learned yesterday was to pay attention to the shutter speed, even with still photos. What they say about the shutter speed being the inverse of the focal length is very true — I have far too … Read More Lesson Learned!
Traffic has resumed on the Atlantic flyway as fall migration begins. The songbirds have been gone for a few weeks now — the blackbirds, marsh wrens, and kingbirds have all left the watersides, leaving only tree sparrows behind. The osprey nests are empty, and just the hardiest egrets and herons remain, stalking the waters of Montezuma for fish and frogs. And there are … Read More ‘Bye-bye Birdies!
There are two ways to do this. You could pick one off the shelf. Chances are you would end up with a nice accessory that will even out harsh light and glare to a very acceptable degree. It may even leave you with change in your pocket. Or, You could talk to Vicky at Rowe’s. I highly recommend the Vicky option, and here’s why. … Read More Newbie Alert: How to Buy a Polarizer
+ about me
I’m a short. round, opinionated old lady. You can distinguish me from other short, round, opinionated old ladies because I’m the one dragging my camera and gear around in a polka-dotted Kate Spade bag. When I am not roaming the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge or Sterling Nature Center or the marshes alongside Route 38, I am probably wishing I was. I don’t know why plants … Read More Here’s Me