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- Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:39 am
- Forum: Animals Showcase
- Topic: 'Black-Bellied Whistling Ducks'
- Replies: 7
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Street photography, breakfast and a trip in Audubon Park, New Orleans, we found a pleasant relaxing environment !!! Except for those “1000s of black-bellied whistling ducks!” I found that the duck were unique to any duck I have ever seen.Their beaks and palmate/feet was a color I had not seen in an...
Was invited to a formal dinner. This picture was taken with a transmitter in the hot shoe and a pass through cable for the flash on a bracket. Another flash was held in my left hand extended out. On camera flash set to about -1 2/3 EV and the extended flash set to -1/3EV. Not something I can recomm...
While out yesterday morning with beautiful spring like weather,I felt I should take advantage of it for some past time street shots. Altho, I didn't come away with much, I was able to capture this one. I'm not very happy with it, but posting anyway to see what sticks and what doesn't. This gentlema...
- Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:35 am
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Critique
- Topic: 'Duchess the Fortune Teller'
- Replies: 14
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A composite of a tarot card reader in New Orleans. The composite consists of the tarot reader and Lafayette Cemetery No.1 as the background. After some extensive internet searching, I discovered that the tarot reader goes by the name 'Duchess the Fortune Teller'. This is a link to an interview with...
- Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:31 am
- Forum: People Critique
- Topic: 'Bagpiper' (Jackson Square, New Orleans)
- Replies: 9
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While Minnie, Earl (Minnie's husband) & I were at Jackson Square in New Orleans one morning photographing those that have just awaken, some still asleep and some that have been out all night, this bagpiper had just started his exercise. I took a few of him off in the distance, then captured some of...
There are many documentaries on photography and it's history. The latest to adorn my collection is from the BBC. It can be found on Youtube "A photographic History" and comes in three parts. Have fun; A Photographic History Episode 1 A Photographic History Episode 2 A Photographic History Episode 3
Do you ever contact them to show the print? S-
- Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:24 am
- Forum: Places Critique
- Topic: Barkers Park, Cayman Islands
- Replies: 9
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This is what a national park looks like in the Cayman Islands. Sort of. It is actually a composite of four images that were all taken at the same spot but couldn't be caught in the same frame because of the angles and distance from each other. The chickens were running away from me, the woman was f...