Animal Photography for Teens.
How to Brighten a Photo in Lightroom
This summer I’m super excited about a program I’ve created for teens. In the months July and August, consisting of four weeks, topics will cover animal photography, learning about animal welfare and discovering a unique visual vision.
The program will take place at Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary in Norton, MA.
Nature, Nurture and Recycling in the Garden
Sometimes your photo may be underexposed. As long as you shoot in RAW rather then JPG you can fix this. A RAW file is one unprocessed by the camera. With a JPG file, the camera is removing some details from the image. It’s always best to shoot in RAW unless you are limited on card space. Although it is a lot easier to bring back detail if an image is overexposed, as all the information is usually there and some of the information with an underexposed can be lost, you can bring back some detail.
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month
Trying to create a critter friendly yard and balancing that with recycling elements, I came across a TV program that suggested using used paper and toilet rolls to plant seeds in. I thought that was a great idea, so armed with seeds, plenty of cardboard rolls and compost I planted my zinnias this year. They are just about sprouting now. Then once they get a bit bigger, I will transfer the seedlings into an empty egg carton - more recycling!
How to Really Look When Taking a Nature Walk.
What do you do in case of emergency regarding your pet? It can be a scary thing when your pet is in need of care. You should also seek vet care but you may need to act quickly.
How to Photograph a Cat.
Now that the weather is hopefully getting warmer, (with a few setbacks), Winston and I have been spending more time on our walks.
How To Salvage a Photo.
Cats are fascinating creatures to photograph. However, I often get told how difficult they can be to capture. With a few guidelines, though, it is possible to get wonderful, expressive photos of your feline friend.
Sometimes you might find you’ve taken a photo that’s blah but there’s something you still like about it.
Seaside walks in the winter?
I have to confess I haven’t been doing much photographing this winter. I don’t know if my age is catching up with me but my tolerance to the cold and wind has diminished this year. I still take the dogs everyday as I’m able for walks but for shorter durations.
How Dogs Make Our Lives Better
Living here in New England, we are so lucky to live close to the ocean.
There are many of us who love their dogs. We give them love, a home, food and care. But have you really thought how your dog helps you live a better life.