Archive for April, 2009

  • Sunrise with the Nikon Coolpix P90

    Each moment during a sunrise gives you different colors and shades from blues to oranges to reds. I was in a fishing village when I took this shot. Since the beach is not facing east, I managed to capture this photo using the wide angle lens of the Nikon P90 digital camera.  Lens Versatility Enhance your photography shooting expertise with

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    Galapagos Islands Vacation? 7 Travel Photography Tips

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    Sea Lions. Blue Footed Boobies. Albatross. Tortoise. Sea Turtles. Sally Crabs. Iguana. Frigate Birds. The list of animals you see in the Galapagos is too long to list here. It is an amazing place that will delight both the novice and experienced photographer. When vacationing in the Galapagos Islands, you will be so overwhelmed with photographic opportunities that you will not

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    Canon Powershot SD1100IS Review – Shell Photography

    Shells have some of the most interesting textures and colors to photograph.  Whether you are photographing really small shells like clams to really gigantic Conch shells, each are a piece of nature’s art.   Some shells are pale and almost translucent while others have beautiful multi-colored metallic shades hidden within their dull exteriors.  Shells can be collected at the sea shores or underwater near

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    Canon Powershot SD880IS Review – Wild Bird Photography

    Wild Birds are especially hard to photograph in their natural habitat. The next time you want to photograph your feathered friends, consider the Canon SD880IS digital camera with its 10 mp resolution and powerhouse cast of features. No More Digital Camera Lag Nothing can be more frustrating than a digital camera that can’t keep up.  DIGIC 4 Processor and Motion Detection

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