Monthly Archives: March 2011

Day 442 – Oldtimers

ISO 1600, 140mm, f/2.8, 1/200 sec Simply by accident, I found out today that Chemeketa was hosting the Oldtime Fiddlers contest.View full post »

Day 441 – The calm

ISO 200, 55mm, f/9.0, 1/100 sec Look ma, no rain! We still have standing water, but there wasn’t any rain adding to it today. WooView full post »

Day 440 – Wetland

ISO 100, 200mm, f/2.8, 1/200 sec And the rain continues. This little toy tractor rests out in one of the gardens. I have never seen seenView full post »

Day 439 – Portrait of Tye

ISO 100, 125mm, f/13, 1/160 sec: one light, camera left side—soft box ISO 100, 100mm, f/13, 1/160 sec: two lights, camera leftView full post »

Day 438 – Portrait of Karen

ISO 100, 90mm, f/14, 1/160 sec Tomorrow I will shoot my final images for my portrait class.  My assignment is to shoot fourView full post »

Day 437 – Broken strings

ISO 100, 100mm macro, f/32, 30.0 sec I spent my childhood hidden behind a violin. I played in my first year of college and decided itView full post »

Day 436 – Phantom of the Flash Bus

ISO 3200, 200mm, f/2.8, 1/200 sec The Flash Bus tour was in Portland today and to say the least, it was fabulous. David Hobby and JoeView full post »

Day 435 – Self help

  ISO 100, 92mm, f/10, 1/160 sec A good friend of mine is the editor to her company magazine and had enough faith in my photographyView full post »

Day 434 – Here comes the fog

ISO 100, 27mm, f/18, 30.0 sec The fog was just starting to roll in as I snapped my final shot of the evening.View full post »

Day 433 – Just yesterday

ISO 100, 200mm, f/4.0, 1/200 sec It seems like just yesterday that I was looking at the leaves that were turning yellow.View full post »

Day 432 – The pitch, the catch, the hit

ISO 1000, 200mm, f/5.6, 1/1000 sec If someone would have told me two years ago that I would enjoy sports photography, I would have assuredView full post »

Day 431 – Looking into the future

ISO 200, 24mm, f/10, 5.0 sec My final project for the portrait photography class was another self-portrait. Jeremy Cowart gets 85% of theView full post »