“Night Photos” is a brand new feature for the Digital After Dark blog. I’ll be adding new categories and images regularly over the next few weeks. The images on the “Night Photos” pages are selected from blog posts. As I make new posts, I update these photo pages accordingly. However, these pages include only a sampling Read more... you know you want to.
Mention certain times of the year and I automatically think about specific subjects. Say mid-April and I’m thinking spring ephemeral wildflowers. Early November? I’m thinking about camping on the Outer Banks at my favorite time. October? Well, you know. And if you say early June, I’m thinking about my favorite insect. In North Carolina, as in Read more... you know you want to.
It’s almost time to get out and shoot one of my favorite nighttime subjects. Fireflies—lightning bugs for you fellow southerners—make exciting photographs, especially when you show them in their environment. Check out this blog post about one technique for shooting fireflies in a jar. Also, if you want to read about fireflies in general, check Read more... you know you want to.
Wanna be a kid again? Here's how you can relive your childhood and take pictures at the same time! I've been getting a lot of interest in the firefly photos I shot this summer. Everybody wants to know how I shot and processed them. Truth is, I used several different techniques depending on the particular shot I Read more... you know you want to.