Waynecam

Waynecam

Lives in United States United States, United States
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Joined on Dec 15, 2002

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  • Replied in Andrew,
    I agree with your comments. Maybe you would like this one better.
  • Replied in "Rocky"
    I must have rocks in my head to take a picture of rocks. Rock on!!
  • Replied in Andrew,
    I feel your pain.It seems like forever since I've been at my fighting weight. I think it's true of many on this forum the way they are flocking to the lighter cameras these days. Those DSLRs get ...
  • I see that you shoot with the E-30 and Zuiko 12-60 and you have produced a masterpiece of "Diminishing perspective" in the first shot. How do I know it's a masterpiece? Because that's the ...
  • Now that's a fire department. I'm used to the small town depts. around me that have one truck and maybe an ambulance. Nice image. What is the meaning of the lettering on the front of the truck ...
  • Replied in Just do it!!
    Temperature 96; Heat Index 105. You have to be dedicated!
  • Replied in Water Lilly
    Taken today at a garden shop.
  • Replied in Andrew,
    I wish I could help but despite appearances that toilet is the same way is was when I bought the house new 8 years ago. I did repair the other one in the master bedroom bath and it hasn't worked ...
  • Replied in Waterworks!
    I don't know what you were expecting but this is what you get from a guy who has too much time on his hands.
  • Frank, my apologies. That image of the barn was actually taken on the Peninsula North of Traverse City. Looking at  my map, we followed Route 37 (Center Road) up  the peninsula to the Old Mission ...
  • Thanks for visiting my gallery. You might be interested to know that the "Patriotic Barn" in the gallery you mentioned was taken on the Upper Peninsula near wine country.
  • Replied in Rural Michigan
    We toured Michigan last September and couldn't take pictures fast enough. We stuck mostly to the water on the lower and upper peninsula and  had a great time.  Your images reminded me of very ...
  • Replied in Lou,
    Thanks for that tip. I have done something similar in LR5 but mot recently. I just happened to try an HDR program on this one on a whim and liked the result.
  • Interesting treatment. I like the idea of light from the upper corner. Thanks for helping.
  • Replied in Reach...
    Looks like deer antlers gone crazy. I'm thinking contrast is what makes a B&W photo.
  • Replied in Waves of grain
    It definitely looks like someone didn't make their bed that morning. Is that actually a landscape?
  • This covered bridge in Maine is a good example of New England covered bridges in general. I reprocessed it today as an HDR image. I imagine it's a bit much for many people but I sort of like it ...
  • I have never been able to pull off one of those shots without getting it overexposed. Nice work.
  • Replied in Andrew,
    That corn was about six feet tall. Most of the corn in Texas dries out and dies anyway for lack of rain. I think it probably doesn't make a difference because it's used for ethanol production. http ...
  • Taken today with the Olympus E-30 and Zuiko 9-18 lens.
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