Capturing images in low light during the holidays is inevitable. We are together for festive dinners; we're indoors while the weather outside is frightful; and the short winter days leave us with less of the sunshine we love for our outdoor images. So take advantage of the li…
Nighttime Displays-the time between dusk and dawn. All of the photos in this display were taken between sunset and sunrise, moonrise and moonset, or first quarter and full moon.
All photos are copyright protected and should not be duplicated without the authors conse…
Views of travels away from home.
A few of my pictures, visit paulparent.org for moreé
A great portrait should convey something about the person being photographed. It is one thing to have a technically well-exposed image or expert lighting but it is another to capture a unique vision of the portrayed.
Underwater Photography from the Florida Keys and Mexico
As the sun rose over the fields and fences along the Billings Stretch in Kagawong, on Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario, the fog streaked the light across the landscape.
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