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Welcome! I'm an amateur wildlife photographer from New York State. My specialty is nature and wildlife photography. I specialize in wildlife, birds, and landscape photography. This blog is where I share some of my photos and adventures. Please comment and post questions!

Thursday, April 19, 2012

3 Tree Blossom

I was going through the pictures from my hike and I realized that I really overexposed most of the photographs, to the point were they were unusable.  Only one of the photographs was okay.  I was using the reversed lens technique and I think because the aperture was wide open I allowed way to much light in without realizing it.  So I still have to work on using my lenses that way.  So when I get a chance at insects I don't mess it up.  I probably wont have many photographs to upload while I'm still at school, especially with finals coming up.  But once I get home I'm sure I will be able to photograph something.  So hopefully I learned my lesson about using the Reverse lens technique and won't mess it up again. 
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