Reply To: Airplane – White balance

Thank y’all for the comments! I was trying to get that old-history-book look, that is a good idea about the slow shutter speed! I was actually just using something in Lightroom for the borders. That is an interesting border, not sure if I like it? What are some good programs for adding... Read More »

Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters

Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters
Stumbling on the “perfect perspective” doesn’t happen by random chance very often. And finding a good angle to shoot Mt. Shasta reflected in Lake Siskiyou was no exception. I spent a lot of time trying to find a good spot, and it’s ironic how easily accessible the spot I finally settled on turned out to be! Want to... Read More »

Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters

Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters
In this picturesque setting on the shore of Lake Siskiyou, all the elements seemed to call for an uncommon combination of filters. Watch how each of the 3 filters I stacked on top of each other help to make the final image turn out better than I think it would have turned out if I had not used all of them. If you... Read More »

Giveaway – Too Late (Instagram)

Sorry, Too Late This giveaway is no longer available. Follow @lenspirationphoto on Instagram to be less likely to miss the next one. (Insiders Tip: I’ll usually announce a new freebie every hundred new Instagram followers or so…..you might want to keep your eyes peeled when that number of followers gets... Read More »

Giveaway – Check your email! (Generic)

Go and check your email inbox! An email from Lenspiration with a link to the free content is waiting for you there. If you have requested free content from Lenspiration in the past and for some reason didn’t receive the email with the link to the free content this time, let me know via the Contact... Read More »

Advice on rainbows

Advice on rainbows
Hi! Do you all have any tips and/or tricks for photographing rainbows? Every time I try it they always come out “bland” (no color) or they’re out of focus. I will welcome any advice you guys have. Here is one of mine. Read More »

Reply To: A Father's Lesson in Priorities

As a single guy, this is something good for me to remember! Thanks for your example of keeping the main thing the main thing. It’s also a motivation to become more skilled in visualization and camera settings so you will be able to make the most of those few minutes and “bland” times of days on... Read More »

Reply To: American made jars

Ok! Here’s a replay from last Tuesday’s webinar where I critiqued your photos! Start at around minute 25:13. Your photo provided a good opportunity to discuss one of the major principles of Still Life photography!  ... Read More »

Reply To: Violin

And here’s a replay from last Tuesday’s webinar! For the critique of this photo, start at around minute 31:58. It was fun to talk about ways of improving the shot!   https://www.lenspiration.com/video/webinar92617/ Read More »

Reply To: oxeye daisy

And here’s a replay from last Tuesday’s webinar! For the critique of this photo, start at around minute 37:22. You’ll see how separation would have really helped this shot.   https://www.lenspiration.com/video/webinar92617/ Read More »

Reply To: moose

Incredible shot! Not every day you have that opportunity (especially here in West Virginia!) Here’s a replay from yesterday’s webinar and the critique for this photo begins at around 40:40. It’s such a photogenic moment that it was difficult to critique!  ... Read More »

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