Albuquerque New Mexico was directly in the middle of the path for the full annular eclipse on May 20th. Had a great view and clear skies. This is an in camera multiple exposure using the Canon 5D Mark III. Knowing this event was coming, I planned out this shot in my head and did my best to execute it as the event unfolded. This has no post processing at all. This is simply a jpeg export from the original RAW image capture. A truly amazing sight to see!!
This refuge in south central New Mexico offers wonderful photo opportunities. In the winter months, the refuge is famous for huge flocks of cranes and geese. It is also famous for amazing light at sunrise and sunset. Here’s an example. I’m only about an hour and a half from the refuge so I have the opportunity to photograph there on a regular basis.. Ahh…
Last fall I had the opportunity to spend time photographing the beautiful coast of Maine. The fall colors were less than cooperative in Maine, but were fantastic in New Hampshire. Decided to spend more time focusing on lighthouses in Maine as a result.
This is the Curtis Point lighthouse at Camden Maine. Early morning light provided a wonderful scene. The challenge was trying to balance the sky, the darker foreground and provide a pleasing overall image with the lighthouse receiving prominence in the image.
I’m sure many photographers around the world enjoyed capturing their unique view of the super moon of 2012.
I ended up in Old Town Albuquerque using the old church as a foreground.
Once again, I found the Canon 5D Mark III to be a joy to use and play with in camera multiple exposures. This is an image that started as in camera multiple exposure, then some post processing of the church in Photoshop.