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Enchanted New Mexico

Some of these photos were on my blog 2 years ago, now back by popular demand!

CLICK on the Sandia Peak to see the Enchantment of New Mexico

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Rain & Snow on Spring Blossoms

April 2 and a snow storm!

I got these pictures with a Nikon1 V1 before the rain turned to snow!

The apricot trees are blooming as well as the Nectarine, Cherries, Plums and some Apple trees. With a snow storm at this late date the blossoms are often frozen, which means another year of no fruit. That is life in the high desert at 7000 ft, in New Mexico! BUT it is a wonderful place to live, and a very popular place to visit as we are only 35 miles from Santa Fe, once voted the most desirable place to visit in the world by Conde Nast. Happy Spring to you, and very soon Happy Easter!

Great Photo Sharing Site

Is It time to Join NAPP?

vWhere everyone learns Photoshop - National Association of Photoshop Professionals

National Association of Phototshop Profressionals is a great organization for those of us who use Phototoshop, Lightroom and other of the Adobe software. NAPP provides help with all areas of the software, with Tutorials, videos and even a “New to Photoshop” section, just to name a few!

Check it out

More HDR News

There is an article reviewing the Top HDR Software in the April issue of Outdoor Photographer.

But the latest HDR news!

HDR is the latest craze in Photography and now it will even be on the ipad!
The newest how-to app for the iPad is now available: Rick Sammon’s HDR Portfolio (soon to be renamed – Rick Sammpn’s iHDR). This app is packed with HDR photos (his latest), info and movies. A great way to learn and experience HDR. Same great content, but when the new version is release, it will feature a Favorites section, which is very cool.

When one takes photos to be used for HDR a tripod in a necessary item. What about a tripod on a moving ship? That is how I took this picture, on a sail-away from the Island of Moorea on a cruise in the South Pacific, but I thought it turned out to be an interesting picture! What do you think?
Click on the picture to enlarge.

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