Tag Archives: color

Lessons: White Balance Settings

When shooting in JPEG mode, even if you make no adjustments to contrast control or other presets through your camera’s menu, your camera company makes certain assumptions about how photos ought to look and has base settings for color, contrast, … Continue reading

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Ak Yum, Siem Reap, Cambodia

When you visit Siem Reap, Cambodia, you are virtually required to visit Angkor Wat to see the sunrise. I’ve done that before, so on this trip I wanted to see something else. I spent my sunrise time completely alone at … Continue reading

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Ruminating among the Sunflowers

  My last few posts, sparse though they’ve been, have been about me gazing into my navel. I’m still doing that, and I still am not sure where to point my camera. For years I’ve been doing pretty landscapes and … Continue reading

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Danube Reflection, Night (?)

Not many words for this one. I’ve been looking at pictures off and on all day, and I’m losing perspective. It’s part of my new fascination with really playing with reflections. The question mark in the post’s title is because … Continue reading

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Purple Trio

This photo, straight out of the camera, is a little bland. The flowers are pale, the wall is too bright, and the greenery on the tree is intrusive. I’ve long suspected, though, that I could find a good photo in … Continue reading

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