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Waterdrop Refraction Photos… They’re Mostly Not Hard To Do.

This past weekend, I had some free time, so I decided to try something I haven’t done in a few years — waterdrop refraction photos.  Waterdrop Refractions? What Are Those? I’m glad you asked!  🙂 Waterdrop refracton photos are photos of waterdrops where the waterdrop itself acts a lens to the image behind it.   This …

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New Photos, July 2020 — And an Important Lesson Learned

So, Where’d You Shoot This Month? This month, I did a few shoots here in Brooklyn and on Long Island.  I made two attempts to capture the comet NEOWISE, but failed both times due to cloudy conditions.   But even though I didn’t get an image of the comet, I did come away with an unexpected …

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New Photos, June 2020 (and Why I Didn’t Shoot Much This Month)

So, Where’d You Shoot This Month? I’m afraid that I didn’t do a lot of shooting in June.  As a result, I only have four new images to show you this month. Only Four Images? What the Heck Were You Doing All Month? Truth be told, I spent most of the month doing nothing. Yes, …

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