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FRGorga

FRGorga

Lives in United States United States
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Has a website at www.gorga.org/blog
Joined on Aug 29, 2009

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  • Created discussions The American Rubyspot
    I photographed this uncommon damselfly along the Millers River in Athol, Massachusetts yesterday. American Rubyspot (female) American Rubyspot (male) Both photos made with a Nikon D300 fitted with ...
  • You might see if the folks at the In-Sight Photography Project would be interested. They do good work. I have no affiliation with them, but am familiar with them because they are neighbors of the ...
  • Equipment: Nikon D300, 300mm f/4 (although I used a the 70-300mm ED VR until recently) and a 36 mm extension tube between them. As for the exif: I would prefer to describe my approach rater than ...
  • Replied in who will win
    Oleg, Another case of having a good eye for details... well seen! The composition is good and you have the small subject nice and larger in the frame. I think that you can improve this photo with a ...
  • Oleg, Good reflexes to capture a small insect in flight and keep it in focus! However, this photo is the weakest of the three you submitted recently. The subject is lost in the frame because it is ...
  • Oleg, I like this photo... you have a good eye! I do have two comments for you to consider. 1) Pay attention to the edge of the frame when you compose. In this case you have cut off a very small ...
  • John, Very nice work! Great low angle on the small waders... sometimes you just can't worry about getting a little wet and sandy! ;-) Also great job on the exposure on the egrets. I know all too ...
  • Replied in Yard Birds
    Dave, Nice work! If I may make a suggestion... silhouettes are, to my eye, stronger when the shadows are pushed completely black (i.e. with no detail at all). Also, if you care to revisit the ...
  • Created discussions Dragons and Damsels
    All made during the past few weeks in southwestern New Hampshire. Calico Pennant with Prey Sedge Sprite (immature male) Lancet Clubtail (male) with Prey Swamp Spreadwing (male) Ebony Jewelwing (female)
  • Created discussions Avian Portraits
    All made in southwestern NH during the past few weeks. Ruby-throated Hummingbird (male) Rose-breasted Grosbeak (male) Rose-breasted Grosbeak (female) Cedar Waxwing Eastern Kingbird with Prey Thanks ...
  • Created discussions Feeding Fledglings
    Three photos made in southwestern NH during the past few weeks. Downy Woodpeckers - Adult Male (on right) Feeding Juvenile Male Red-bellied Woodpeckers - Adult (on left) Feeding Juvenile White-brea ...
  • Replied in Denver Dragons
    Ken, Nice photos! I can confirm your identifications as correct. You might consider cropping the first photo with to goals in mind... getting te suject out of the center of the frame and making the ...
  • Oops! Sorry about that. I promise to read more carefully next time.
  • In my copy of Lightroom 5.7, this function is accessed from the Library module. Click on the Export button (in lower left of window). In the list on the left side of the resulting window there is a ...
  • Replied in Backyard Birds
    Thanks for your kind comment. After years of living in the suburbs of largish cities, now that my wife and I are retired, we are "living the dream" in the woods of New Hampshire and loving it. My, ...
  • Replied in Backyard Birds
    Yup.. the illustration of the western kingbird in Sibley's was the first to catch my eye, and they are both in the same family, but geography obviously works against that! Thanks for your comment.
  • Replied in Backyard Birds
    I think that you are correct... We have both hairys and downys around here; with downys being more common. But the bill on the individual is, as you say, rather long. Now if I could only edit my ...
  • Very interesting technique and a very nice result. Thanks for sharing. From the Monadnock region,
  • Created discussions Spring Colors
    The autumn colors of the New England landscape are well known and often photographed. The colors of the vernal landscape might not be as dramatic as their autumnal cousins. However, I think that ...
  • Created discussions Backyard Birds
    I have spent some time during each of the past two afternoons photographing the birds attracted to the feeders in our southwestern New Hampshire yard. Here are some of the highlights: Eastern Pheobe ...
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