Tuesday, September 13, 2011

What I've Learned

It's been really interesting
going through my old pictures.

Lots of memories.

And wow, I think I really have
gotten better as a photographer.

Well, maybe not better,
but certainly more aware of what I'm doing.

And I clearly understand the computer better,

So here's a few more oldies.

Artist's Point in Death Valley.
We had been in the rig for less than six months
when I took this shot.

From around the same time period,
we were down by Hearst's Castle,
inside a glassed in arboretum.
I love this shot of the seagull
walking on the "roof".
This might be my first (of many)
seagull photos.

And once again,
Bosque del Apache.
I miss the cranes.

That's it for today


Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Very nice pictures. What editing program are you using?

Jerry and Suzy said...

Loved that seagull picture. And yes, we wonder also what editing program you use. I used to use Photoshop Elements, and switched to the much easier, but certainly less complete Picasa, coupled with Picnik.

Kate said...

I use Photoshop CS4. Once I started shooting in RAW, I became really comfortable with the RAW converter in Bridge, which is part of CS4. Now, I usually run even my jpegs through that first (most of my old shots are jpegs). I think it's all in what you're comfortable with.

Donna K said...

All of your pictures are nice Kate. I always enjoy your photography.

Judy and Emma said...

I really like that crane pic. :)