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Brad Ross

Brad Ross

Lives in United States USA, NJ, United States
Works as a neuropsychologist
Joined on Sep 28, 2008
About me:

E-5 -E-1, 520 & EP-2, OMD
9-18 mm, 12-50mm, 45mm,75-300mm
: 50 mm macro
40-150 mm
14-42 mm & 14-42 micro
14-54 II
50-200 SWD
8mm fisheye
35mm macro
25mm pancake
Lumix 20mm micro
SLIK monopod
Feisol tripod

Brad Ross' recent activity

  • hmmm,says the great blue heron, they are very patient, I was waiting to get such a shot, and told a woman that they  are very patient creatures waiting, and she said , you must be too,
  • the lighting is so SPRING, and wonderful to see with my gray, skies, thanks to a little hurricane, that kindly decide not to hit NJ, US, but sent a reminder that it could still bring rain and ...
  • Replied in and...
    would you have preferred the entire blossom in focus?,, that would be a god option also, I always appreciate any CC on my photos
  • composition in the first one I like, I probably would have cropped out the top paint brush and just focus on the pair. I might have upped the exposure, but if you are having the gray weather, that ...
  • a little late, but great shot,  building helps with the scale  too hazy here so no moon, :-(
  • Replied in Finally
    hmm, what a harrowing computer experience, glad it worked outreach. Beautiful photos and of course the spider I really like. If you take have any others of the spider, , please post one on the WCU
  • great shot, F16 seems to have worked for DOF
  • Replied in Fritillary
    a beautiful butterfly caught with that Sigma/ Yes, insects are more scarce here also
  • Replied in close ups
    miniature carnations, flower maybe 3/4 in across
  • Replied in close ups
    yes cut flowers, miniature carnations, flower maybe 3/4 in across, taken on a tripod. I went Wednesday to the NYC Botanical gardens for a macro/close up photography class. As for the DOF on the ...
  • Replied in Carnations
  • Welcome to 03_October _ 2015 Weekly Close Up (WCU) Thread, an invitation to share your photos of: Anything Close up - Insects, flowers, or inanimate objects No restrictions as to camera or system, ...
  • Replied in close ups
  • Replied in Misc. Bugs
    that does look like  WOLF SPIDER- I will have to take a look at a book to identify the beetle Brad Ross
  • battle looks like a glass gem,,   great Robber fly closeups, it does look large
  • two different white balances, yellow is what I saw, but AWB makes it whiter, which do you prefer,?
  • I have been traveling, and just got back on Monday, so one from a long time ago, not a current one,
  • Welcome to 26_September _ 2015 Weekly Close Up (WCU) Thread, an invitation to share your photos of: Anything Close up - Insects, flowers, or inanimate objects No restrictions as to camera or ...
  • this is going to be fun, I know that I look like, and I know what a couple others look like, but will I get to know what other's look like,?,, hmm, should be interesting,,
  • Replied in question...
    does the camera have to be handheld or can I set down on something like a rock to get some distance between me and the camera?
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