Archive for the Stop the action Category

First Photography Show In Taos – Come If You Can!

Posted in Architectural, Astrophotography, Composite, HDR, Long exposures, Macro, Sony RX100-II, Stop the action, Wide Angle on December 4, 2016 by budbranch

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Mya, Again…

Posted in 5DMII, Available Light, Stop the action on March 18, 2012 by budbranch

Monticello 5K

Posted in 5DMII, Available Light, Stop the action on December 3, 2011 by budbranch

Elise and Lauren ran the Monticello 5K – more images here

The Secret Life of the Barracks Road Fountain

Posted in 5DMII, Available Light, Long exposures, Stop the action on August 7, 2011 by budbranch

Do these images cool you off?

The long exposure (which captures the dreamy water) requires VERY low ISO, Very tiny aperture (F/22), AND a 4x neutral density filter.  Absent any one of these elements, and the shot would be way over-exposed.   The frozen droplet stuff uses the very fastest shutter speed and very high ISO, else things would be UNDER exposed.

It was HOT out there…

Dance!

Posted in Long exposures, Stop the action on May 27, 2011 by budbranch

More pixels than you can shake a stick at!

Posted in 5DMII, Stop the action on April 25, 2011 by budbranch

I’m using a Canon 5D Mark II – it has a big sensor, so I can take a photo like #1, and crop into it to get #2 – #5 – pretty amazing !

Sunday Outing

Posted in 5DMII, Available Light, Long exposures, Stop the action on April 25, 2011 by budbranch

Julie and I drove to Crabtree Falls Sunday….

I noticed this HUGE pile of cans by the road – a natural photo-op…

The falls were gushing….

We passed this pooch on the trail…

More water…

The cans had been crushed while were hiking!

Pizza waitress at The Batesville Store

I noticed this leaf in the driveway as we returned – beautiful color and amazing detailed captured by my favorite camera & lens..

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