Jim Cox

Lives in Canada Edmonton Alberta, Canada
Has a website at http://www.jimcox.ca
Joined on May 31, 2009

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  • Replied in Abraham Lake Ice
    Ice Tree Ice Bubbles Here are a couple of images of the ice with the strange bubbles and cracks.
  • Replied in Abraham Lake
    Ice Bubbles at Sunset www.jimcox.ca
  • Replied in Abraham Lake
    Ice Bubbles Collapsing Ice Sheets I was up to Abraham Lake at the end of January but did not get a chance to work on the images until this week. www.jimcox.ca
  • Replied in Hoar-frost
    Small tree along a country road Fence on abandoned farmstead near Edmonton Alberta Old Buildings with frost The last two images are panoramas stitched in Photoshop.
  • Replied in Hoar-frost
    Old Farm near Edmonton Alberta Canada Old Farm Near Edmonton These are panoramas that are stitched together under Photoshop.
  • I have used a Nikon 6T or the Sony VCL-M3367 close up adapter with step up rings on my Panasonic 45-200mm and the 35-100mm lenses with very good results. The 45-200 works best up to 100mm and then ...
  • Replied in Maligne Canyon
    I took a short trip with a friend to photograph the bottom of Maligne Canyon in Jasper Canada. There are several underground springs so you have to be careful on the ice. The Bottom of the Canyon Howl
  • Replied in Winter Freeze
    The ice on the river is taken from the middle of the bridge going across the river on Gretzky Drive. Jim
  • The stitching program is the one in Photoshop. I very carefully move the camera short distances on a tripod. Jim
  • Replied in Winter Freeze
    Thanks for the comment. I think it would look better with a crop of the bottom. Often when working on the images you need someone else to look at them. I was trying to get a large circular ice ...
  • Replied in Winter Freeze
    North Saskatchewan River Edmonton This is a black and white infrared shot of the circular ice that forms on the river as it freezes. The infrared makes the sky and the water appear darker. www.jimc ...
  • These are double windows but not sealed so the air leaks through and causes the frost. I move the camera between each shot to try and keep it parallel to the glass for the best depth of field.
  • Foxtails Forest Here are a couple of frost pictures that appeared when the weather turned colder. It is now well below -20C. The images are stitched panoramas of about 8-15 individual frames so the ...
  • Replied in Frosty Morning
    John Cabot Rose Morden Sunrise Rose www.jimcox.ca
  • In the 'Oregon landscape from above' the mountain with the snow really stands out. I find the sky is very grainy and I would have selected that area to do a grain reduction or blur it a bit. The ...
  • The suspension sure jumps out at you. The pictures of the marina are calming to look at. It is too bad the 'docked' shot does not have the same calm waters as the previous image. I always like ...
  • I like the old lock and the light on the wheel. There is very little of the wheel lit up but there is enough to mentally complete the picture. The "In the corner' shot needs a little more on the ...
  • Ukrainian Historical Village Star-Peno Church (panorama made from 7 frames) Canola Fields These are black and whites shot with a Panasonic G7 Infrared modified camera. www.jimcox.ca
  • Sunland Church Dickie Bush Church Old Farm Painting Old Farm Painting The first two are B&W infrared panoramas and the second two are the same except I used Topaz Impression Charcoal superimposed ...
  • I have been driving around taking pictures of churches in Lamont County near Edmonton Alberta. Each of these is made up of several images that are spliced together in Photoshop. Skaro Church Bell ...
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Last entry May 25, 2011
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