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    November 24, 2012
    I photographed these two companion trees in Birds Hill Provincial Park during a heavy fog. I adjusted the 'Analog Brown' preset in the Color FX Pro app to obtain this 'dreamy vintage' look.
    Tags:fog, trees
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    November 20, 2012
    There wasn't much fog east of Winnipeg this morning but there was plenty of color in the prairie sky!
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    November 20, 2012
    As much as I love to photograph outdoors, often it simply isn't possible for any number of reasons. But that does not mean I can't or don't photograph! I often explore for abstracts in my house and I have accumulated a rather large portfolio of this work over the years which I will present under the category 'Contemplations'. This image depicts a shadow created from the sun passing through a baby gate and projected onto a mahogany closet door. It was quite a challenge to try and keep up with the 'moving shadow' as the rising sun continually changed position. The tight space I had to work in necessitated that I use a tilt/shift lens and photograph the pattern from a rather sharp angle. I ultimately made 5 exposures at different focus points and merged them into Helicon Focus software to create a sharp image from edge to edge. Photographing often keeps your skills sharp and allows you to work quickly when required.
    Posted In:Contemplations
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    November 20, 2012
    I ventured out onto the Seine River this past weekend. It's always a thrill to walk on the ice before it becomes blanketed with snow. It hasn't been particularly cold yet so I was a little apprehensive. I followed the deer tracks and came upon this tiny leaf amidst the ice pattern.
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    November 19, 2012
    I will present a program called 'Image Explorations' this coming Wednesday. I invite anyone who is interested in attending the next Winnipeg South Photo Club meeting to be my 'special guest' that evening. This will be a departure from what I have presented in the past and most of you will view imagery not seen before.

    Join us this Wednesday evening, November 21 at 7:30 PM in the Library (main floor) of Acadia Junior High School at 175 Killarney Ave. (Fort Richmond area).
    Posted In:This And That
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