1. nerwin

    Spring Rain Droplets

    Something about raindrops on fresh grass blades. Its beautiful. Nikon Z6II + MC 105 2.8 VR S spring raindrops by Nicholas Erwin, on Flickr
  2. nerwin

    Gloomy Spring Day

    I have to admit, this is one of my favorite photos I've taken in a while that is almost exactly what I had in mind so it nice to see it become a reality. Nikon Z6II + Nikkor Z MC 105mm f/2.8 VR S - f/3.5, 1/800th, ISO 200 spring rain by Nicholas Erwin, on Flickr

    Early Summer Storm

    Been doing a lot of these panoramas lately, this is from a shakedown test with the new Mavic 3. A storm moving in from the Dulles area, as seen from West Fairfax. I was tickled to see it made the evening news. Summer Storm from The West by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr Featured on WUSA9 Evening...

    Late Summer Storm

    This was out near Silver Lake, in Haymarket Virginia. One of those great late afternoon summer storms that rolls in and out in about 30min. Haymarket, VA storm by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr Haymarket, VA storm by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr Haymarket, VA storm by Jono Kenyon, on Flickr
  5. P

    Sony A7R3 issues with keeping focus on static object (due to humidity?)

    Hi all, I’ve been having some focus issues with my Sony A7R3 and I’m wondering if anyone has experienced the same problem? This happened to me while using AF-S single shooting to focus on still sceneries or object. First the camera focuses onto the subject but then it loses focus quickly...
  6. Ashbridges Bay Toronto Canada Sunrise No 4

    Ashbridges Bay Toronto Canada Sunrise No 4

    From a series of color photos of mornings spent enjoying the sunrise at Ashbridges Bay in Toronto Canada. Original photography using a Canon EOS T1i body. Hand painted in Photoshop. Brian Carson The Learning Curve Photography
  7. footballfan993

    Winter/Snow Camera Protection

    Hi, so this is the first winter (more like lack of, we don't have snow in Wisconsin) that I have owned my DSLR. I am wondering what are some tips to keeping your camera/equipment save from snow/water. I read that putting the equipment into Ziploc bags will keep lenses/cameras from fogging up...