I popped out late with the Nikon D3000 last night, hoping to capture the setting sun glinting from tree trunks against a stormy sky. Of course, as I grabbed my camera, the clouds moved and I missed it. I ended up with these interesting images. These are only cropped and bordered in GIMP. I love the textures, though I think these are what are called noisy photos.
I think I captured misty rain coming across the paddock in the next one. I didn’t notice it at the time, but when I walked around our house block to get closer to the kangaroos it caught up with me.
I stumbled across a heavily-discounted sale on Udemy the other day. I ended up buying a photography course, plus a couple of writing oriented ones. Every time I venture into my Nikon D3000 for Dummies book, I leave it keen, but forget pretty quick. Hoping this course will help. I’ll take my time and learn each step before moving on.
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2 thoughts on “Kangaroos and long grass”
The 2nd one reminded me of a painting not a photograph, softening up the background to show the front roo
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That’s why I love it, Sue – and made sure to mention it was only cropped and bordered, ‘cos you can make photos look like that these days!
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