Tag: Sourland Mountain Preserve

When we got to the a section of the Roaring Brook, we stopped to take some photos. I got to practice the Brenziner effect.

Changing Seasons April 2017

April brought more rain but also more opportunity to be outside. I have picked up my exercise. Though I will admit I am not exercising as much as I should be doing, I know I need to do much more. The issue is trying to deal with the stress in my professional world, relaxing enough…

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14 April, 2017 | rue anemone | Nikon D5100 | Nikkor AF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 | f/32 | ISO 3600

Macro Moments Challenge #36 Bokeh

The word bokeh is a Japanese loanword to the English language. The term refers to the visual quality of the out-of-focus areas of a photographic image. Note that bokeh is not the same as a blur. Bokeh is the quality of the blur. Visible bokeh is often achieved by shooting at very wide apertures to…

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