My “serious” photography adventures have me lugging a couple of cameras and a few lenses into the wild outdoors.
A long lens lets me capture four footed or slow moving animals in the field easily if I remember to be patient.
I’ve found that capturing flying birds with a camera are one of the most challenging endeavors. Fast moving birds are difficult to track with a long lens and using a shorter lens produces smaller subjects in the image.
I’ve thrown away countless images of wildlife that were blurry, poorly exposed, badly composed, etc. Below are a few that I’ve kept over the years.
We’ve all gone to restaurants and enjoyed the great food and wonderful service. You might remember the city or locality and want to return at a later time but can’t remember its name.
Of course you don’t need to remember the name of most fast food places since they’re everywhere.
Anyway I have a partial solution to the memory problem. I take a picture of the place.
Below are a bunch of memory aids for a few of the restaurants that stand out to me for one reason or another. And the reason may not necessarily be a good one. Some places you may not want to frequent again.
Some places have funny names or interesting stories behind them. Keep these in mind as you enjoy your dining.
From our years of developing flight simulation software, we’ve taken many photographs while traveling in-flight to airports, conventions, trade shows and more. Below are some of these arranged by topic.
Please note that this is a shortcut way to view the photographs from seven different articles that were recently published separately.