Stoned Flowers

I find statues both intriguing and creepy as heck. Something about them both looking ancient and somehow ready to come alive. However, if you’re going to photograph human figures, it’s definitely easiest to do it with ones that don’t move a lot. Download: Stoned-Flowers_Asgard_Photography_IMG_6081-scaled.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/16 Exposure: 1/200 seconds ISO: 200 Focal Length: […]

Winter Arms

I’d gone to the park when I saw it was snowing out… I wanted to try out my new camera hood I’d gotten a few months earlier. (Typically for shooting at waterfalls, to protect from spray, but works for snow pretty good as well.) However, it had almost stopped snowing by the time I got […]

Thick Reach

Sometimes you have to bark up the wrong tree over and over on the off chance you’ll eventually get the right tree… actually, I feel like many trees have personality. Getting up close to them is where it’s easier to see that. This one felt tolerant but tired.  Download: Thick_Reach-Asgard_Photography_IMG_4704.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/18 Exposure: […]

Pretty Sting

This was a case where I was really happy for having Photoshop… I’d taken a couple of different captures of this flower, but I didn’t like a major part of the two best ones. So, I combined them, removing the offending bits. One didn’t have the dark rain drops on the petals (on the right) […]

Make Like a Tree

I wrestled with a couple of versions of this shot – I’d taken several shots, framing it differently each time. At first I wasn’t going to use this one, because I thought the blue at the corners was distracting, but in a super scientific Facebook poll it seemed that most folks thought it helped frame […]