A pair of dandelion clocks against a vivid pink and blue sky. My camera was on the ground, pointing up, for this photo; at a normal angle this would be nothing special. Enjoy.
I added contrast through curves, and shifted the wight-balance to cooler tones to achieve this striking image.
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One of my best photos: raindrops, captured in motion. It took about 70 shots to get this; it’s of water drops falling off the roof of my back porch. The sun came out, so I had light to use a fast shutter speed (1/2000 second).
I sharpened and added contrast to make this perfect.
A brilliant red sunset I saw while my chauffeur (a.k.a. Dad) was driving me home from work. I whipped out my Canon Rebel XTi (you should always keep a camera with you for scenes like this) and got this shot. Our windshield is scratched up, so the oncoming car’s headlights appear streaked, but I like the effect.
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A beautiful purple sunset from our front yard. I used the kit lens because it’s the closest I have to wide-angle. Enjoy!
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