I have no experience with photography other than point and shoot cameras; nor any experience with photo editing. I had a SLR 15 years ago or so, but it was always set to auto. I purchased a new camera and lens for a trip to Alaska, from which I’ve just returned. Now I feel hooked and want to go...
Heading to Alaska next week. Taking a cruise with several stops at several ports plus will do some whale watching and view various wildlife from a small boat.
Was going to take my Canon T3 camera & two lenses. My daughter says I should leave my "big stuff" at home and just take my Canon SX730...
I will be taking a cruise to Alaska next week. Cruising the Inside Passage, whale watching, sightseeing, etc. Will be taking my Canon T3 camera. But, I'm not sure which of my lenses would be the best to pack. I can take 2 and have the following:
EF 75-300 1:4-5.6 III
EF 80-200 1:4.5-5.6...
My name is Sarah and I live in Anchorage, Alaska.
I have had my commercial photography business license since last year and am looking for ways to expand clientele, gain experience and connect with other photographers, and keep on learning tricks and tools of the trade.
During my few weeks backpacking through Kenai Fjords National Park the weather afforded but one sunny day. Here's one of my favorite photos; the sun shines through a valley over a glacial outwash plain in the early morning, puncturing the fog that never seemed to lift. Unfortunately most other...
A few snaps taken near Kenai Fjords National Park;
Bald Eagle (Juvenile)
1/4000, f/5.6, ISO 200 - 200mm
Horned/Tufted Puffins and Black-Legged Kittiwakes fly above this rookery;
1/1000, f/5.6. ISO 200 - 200mm
1/1600, f/4.2, ISO400, 120mm
Resident AK pod