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Spring has sprung here in Texas with all of the wonderful textures that come with it rough and soothing. Colors, warmth, softness, grasses, leaves, petals, feathers, and sunshine are all a part of the spring textures I see and feel around me. It feels great to finally be at the beginning of spring after what...

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Just out shooting the moon yesterday evening during its first quarter phase. Nothing special to report except that capturing it never gets old. I love trying to photograph the night sky. Here is the moon through my willow tree. Cheers! — Angela

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This photo completely appeals to me and maybe it’s because it reminds me of that old Alfred Hitchcock movie the Birds. It’s kind of creepy and cool all at once. I applied some split toning to the photo until I was happy with it. While sitting on my dining room floor testing some new camera...

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The moon has been so beautiful and bright this week hanging in the west early morning through midday! I love it. I hope you never get tired of these shots because I can sit and stare at the moon all day and night especially when it’s SO big. I’m stuck in aperture priority with my...

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Since starting my photography journey about eight years ago, I take about 99.9% of my shots in Manual mode; however, I thought it might be good to explore other options available to me. Yes, I know how to use them I just prefer having all the control. I have NEVER used scene mode and auto mode rarely—I...

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