Joe Trimarchi

Joe Trimarchi

Lives in United States Advance, NC, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on May 17, 2004

Joe Trimarchi's recent activity

  • A great damselfly shot. I find them a bit more difficult to shoot than dragonflies.
  • E-M10 with 25mm F 1.8
  • Replied in Siena Joe
    My granddaughter Siena Joe enjoying some arts & crafts with her Nana.
  • What a nice shot of Megan. She is cute as a button with those lovely curls.
  • Replied in Bria
    My youngest granddaughter. She just turned 4 and it is difficult to get a nice picture of her as she usually has either a runny nose or chocolate on her face. E-M10 with 14-42 or 25mm
  • Yes. Use the menu button then where you see Card Setup scroll left and then down to Image Aspect where you can change it to 4:3, 1:1 etc. You can also do it from the Super Control Panel where you ...
  • Somehow I posted this without the pictures! Not sure how that happened.
  • I'm pretty sure that it is a Meadowhawk of some type but without being able to see more of it up close it can be difficult to ID. The Meadowhawks are the last to emerge each year but I've never ...
  • Created discussions ISO indicator blinking E-M10
    Yesterday when using Auto ISO the ISO indicator on my E-M10 was blinking in the viewfinder and live view and took every picture at whatever the highest ISO setting was in the Auto ISO Set setting. ...
  • Replied in B&W Conversion
    Just a quick shot with my new 25mm F1.8 with the E-M10. My wife made the card. I shot this in Raw + JPG which is something I never do. I then fooled around with it using Oly Viewer 3 and converted ...
  • Replied in Amberwing
    That is a nice shot of the Amberwing. It looks like the light was behind it and it would have been nice if a bit of fill flash brought out the eye and body a bit more.
  • Created photos Sharp Shinned Hawk ?
    E-M10 with 75-300 shot through glass. I believe it is a Sharp Shinned Hawk but correct me if I'm wrong.
  • E-M10 with the 14-42 My granddaughter Siena Joe loves to ham it up for the camera. My granddaughter Siena Joe
  • Replied in Aliens
    They look like the exoskeleton of some type of dragonfly nymph after metamorphisis. http://www.relativelyinteresting.com/dragonfly-nymph-exoskeleton/ http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2004/09/03/dragonfl ...
  • All 3 are very nice. As you know I'm partial to butterfly pictures and I like these a lot.
  • A nice catch with both the 12 Spotted Skimmer and the Slaty on the same twig. I used to see a lot of the 12 Spotted Skimmers when I lived in MA but not very often in this area on NC.
  • Replied in Dragonflies
    I didn't know their were two versions. How can I tell which version I have? I bought this one just a few months ago from B&H.
  • Replied in Dragonflies
    It is definitely a male Slaty Skimmer. Some of the butterflies are also starting to look a little tattered and torn.
  • Great shots. I hate all spiders but the little jumping spider is so ugly it is almost cute!
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