TheBlueLens Studio Wildlife Portraits
My Winter Exhibit - These photos were all taken with my Nikon D7000 and Tamron 10-24mm lens. All of the photos were taken in Southern Oregon.
Summer backyard photography
How do you get your kids to smile?
The moms are here with this month's exhibit "How do you get your kids to smile?" We hope our photos inspire you and that our tips help you to get better photos of your kids.
Hollie, Janet, Jeanne, Lynd…
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
Random photos from my collection. I shoot with a Canon Rebel XSi and a Tamron 18-270 zoom lens.
In the summer of 2011 I had the remarkable opportunity to spend 2 weeks in Costa Rica. This country is home to some of the greatest bio-diversity in the world where there are over 133 different species of frogs and toads alone. After photographing much of the flora and fauna …
Yosemite National Park
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