PICTURESQUE SNOW SCENE … FINALLY!

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Baltimore has received its fair share of snow this winter, and I ventured out with my camera gear during most snow storms. Most of the time, the existing conditions prevented capturing any good images. It was either too cold for comfort despite several layers of clothing. Wind kept blowing snow and ice pellets on the camera lens. The sidewalks and pathways were way too slippery despite the ice grippers attached to my boots. (I did not want to fall and break any ribs this winter … been there, done that!). The ice on the Inner...

PHOTO TIP OF THE MONTH – DECEMBER 2013

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Photo tip of the month ... Look around for the best viewpoint. Sounds simple, and it is. However, it is not always easy to do. No matter the subject, when we have good light, we can get caught up in the moment and simply start pressing the shutter release. Recently, there was thick fog on a drive back home from Chincoteague, VA. By thick I mean pea soup, London-like, can’t-see-diddly, outta-pull-over-and-wait kind of fog. I decided to make a detour to Crisfield, MD to catch both breakfast and a few images in the harbor. As...