Reply To: Autumn leaves

Reply To: Autumn leaves
What I didn’t really like about my photo, though, is that there is next to nothing in the way of clouds. Evelyn’s vertical is better that way. I did get another in which the clouds really helped to counterweight the left side of the photo, but I must hasten to say that this is not how it look in real... Read More »

Reply To: Autumn leaves

Reply To: Autumn leaves
I found Evelyn did really well on the vertical shot especially. The early sunrise glow is beautiful. I know how difficult it was was get any foreground objects on the left side. I don’t suppose there were any other rocks around where you were wading? I managed to get this one, thankfully without falling in.... Read More »

4 Keys to Enjoying Shooting in Cold Weather

4 Keys to Enjoying Shooting in Cold Weather
Whether I’m shooting in my backyard or enjoying an epic location over the Christmas holidays, it’s usually a struggle for me to get outside and take great pictures in the cold if I don’t have four things in place to keep me motivated. With these four factors, I have the motivation to shoot almost anywhere, at almost... Read More »

Christmas Tip: Blurry Background Christmas Lights

Christmas Tip: Blurry Background Christmas Lights
It’s been a while since I’ve posted something! Been too busy wrapping Christmas presents, decorating Christmas cookies, putting up Christmas lights, practicing special music . . . and celebrating the birth of Christ on Christmas Day itself! When I’m busy I don’t take many pictures. And if I don’t take pictures, then... Read More »

Webinar #1

Webinar #1
I’ll start things off with a photo I took in Holmes County Ohio. This was taken with a Nikon D7100 at ISO 100, shutter speed 1/200, and an aperture of f/11. I used a Nikon 12-24mm lens at 24mm. Using these flower beds as my foreground subjects, I attempted to capture the beauty of the flowers as well as the... Read More »

Reply To: 'Tis the Season!

Reply To: 'Tis the Season!
Thank you for your comments. My brother, who did the majority of the decorating, also said that I should have zoomed into the Christmas tree rather than take a wide angle shot of the room with the furniture. I guess I just wanted to capture the atmosphere of the room as well as all the starburst effects from the all... Read More »

Reply To: The World's Tallest Twin Towers

Thank you very much for your comments on the picture. I guess the Twin Towers look better in greyscale than in colour. I thought the slanted buildings helped to create a curve effect that is present in some panoramic pictures of buildings. The buildings at the side usually tend to curve toward the... Read More »

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How to Reactivate a Subscription

How to Reactivate a Subscription
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Reply To: First snow

Reply To: First snow
Hey, I know this post is almost 2 months old, but I just saw this thread and thought this was a sweet picture! Excellent contrasts throughout. My thought was that it was a bit underexposed perhaps, for being a picture of snow under sunlight. Took a look at the histogram to see and it doesn’t necessarily read... Read More »

How to Cancel a Subscription

How to Cancel a Subscription
<< Back to Customer Support It was great to have you on board with Lenspiration! Before canceling your membership, please review the following: Did you have any problems shooting for the real-life photo assignments? (Only members are eligible to be paid for these) I assume you were able to take advantage of the... Read More »

Reply To: The World's Tallest Twin Towers

Reply To: The World's Tallest Twin Towers
Sweet subject! And sweet critique suggestion, Dan! The building on the left seems to be falling over so some straightening in post might be called for here. It’s not normally necessary unless it’s distractingly noticeable, which it was for me. It’s not hard to do in Photoshop, and I’m guessing... Read More »

Reply To: 'Tis the Season!

Reply To: 'Tis the Season!
So much fun! You’ve inspired me to take pictures of the lights in my house! Very interesting contrast of colors captured here. I would say the exposure is just right, all the unimportant elements are in shadow and the lights are not blown out as to obscure their individuality. I like the starbursts too. The... Read More »

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