photography with my third eye.
Going back and reopening a chapter in my life, my third eye, the camera lens has brought back an excitement and energy to each day. I am learning to not leave home with out it because if you do, as I have already proved, you could miss the best photo of all time.
While located at NAS Pensacola, I had the opportunity to meetGerald Burieigh, a professional photographer of small critters to wild game. I was in total awe of his photography and even more so with the wealth of information that he was willing to share.
You have got to take a look at his critters and creations…
I was honored that he took the time to give me pointers about my camera and to look at my photos…hope you enjoy.
I have not mastered photoshop as of yet, but that is on my to do list and those of you that know me it is a never ending list. I would like for most of my photos to be natural without any editing, although I am using Photoshop for the watermarking.
These were taken with my Nikon D80.
Through the eye of my camera I see visions of beauty that other wise I wouldn’t see. It gives me so much joy and peace within.
Although I don’t know much about shutter speed and apeture, I am learning and thinking of taking some on line courses.