Original 2020 Calendar (Box of 10)

Original 2020 Calendar (Box of 10)

Break forth in singing praise to the Creator with the new “West Virginia: Landscapes from the Place I Call Home” 2020 Lenspiration calendar! Featuring 12 photos from Jame’s home State and 12 hymns of praise, the Original version of the calendar provides space for your own personal scheduling, an uninterrupted environment for contemplating the Scriptures and old-time hymn lyrics, and an opportunity to step back and appreciate the creativity of the Creator in each month’s fine-art photograph.

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Reply To: After the sun sets

It looks good to me! The composition is excellent, the sky being the prominent part since it’s what the picture is all about. There is just enough of the foreground to add interest, and keep it from being just a “picture of the sky”. The yellows in the sky look a little over-saturated to me. I... Read More »

Reply To: A Sunny Field

Good job, I’m glad you tried again! I must say, it does look a whole lot better than the first one. I like the simplicity of it, the green field contrasting well with the blue sky and the hay leading you to the brow of the hill, and “compels us to want to know what is beyond the ridge”, as @timtam... Read More »

Reply To: A Sunny Field

Reply To: A Sunny Field
I don’t think adding clarity and saturation will be a great help in this picture because it is too blurry. Anyway, based on everyone’s remarks, I took another picture in our field. I adjusted my camera correctly this time, (I won’t make the mistake a second time.) although a little more color in the... Read More »

Reply To: Duck

I personally like the second one best. It definitely looks more natural/true to life. In my opinion, the desaturated one looks far more unnatural than “too green”. Read More »

Reply To: After the sun sets

Nice. I would look at your horizon. It does not look straight to me. Also try bringing up the exposure a bit on the lower part of the frame. Try adding clarity to the sky only. I like it. Read More »

Duck

Duck
I was wondering which of these two pictures was best. I played with both with contrast, shadow etc. but I undersaturated one because the water seemed too green to me. Beyond that, any suggestions? Read More »

Reply To: My New Camera!

That’s a good question! I really need to get rid of it, as I have to pay for my “new” camera now! I’m thinking my cousin might take it, but if not, I’ll have to find a good home for it. Do you know anyone who needs a Canon DSLR setup with a couple of... Read More »

After the sun sets

After the sun sets
I took this one last night. How could I have done better? NOTE: It has been edited and retouched in Lightroom and Photoshop. Canon Rebel T1i 1/80 f/13 18mm ISO 800 Read More »

Reply To: Stormy Sunset

Reply To: Stormy Sunset
Yes, I did use a (digital) graduated filter in Lightroom to lighten the ground up to approximately what I remember it’s looking like when I took the picture. I don’t own a physical graduated filter, wish I did! Thank you for your suggestions! In this latest edit, I brightened the ground up by a 1/4 of a... Read More »

5 Easily Accessible Alaskan Photo Ops

5 Easily Accessible Alaskan Photo Ops
For the rest of the CAPTURE Alaska workshop, we stuck pretty close to the road for our shooting excursions. Number one, it takes a lot of time to backpack out to different locations, and for this workshop once was enough. There were many things to cover in the classroom plus learning how to use Lightroom for... Read More »

Reply To: Mailbox

Beautiful shot! The bokeh in the background is nice. Biggest bone is that the grass and weeds poking up are distracting. Read More »

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