Everglades Nat’l Park Project. Phase 3, Anhinga Trail

Well, Hello; Is time for Phase 3, Anhinga Trail, very interesting place, have to say, the sound/roaring of the gators impressed the shit out of me, damn animals, so cool, Mama Gators were taking care of the small ones, or just in the process of having more, the point is, all the roaring and funny …

Everglades Nat’l Park Project. Phase 2, Liguus Fasciatus

Hello there; Just when we were leaving the Little Lake, we stopped by this place, a short trail with a few Liguus Fasciatus, we dedicated a few minutes to capture a few shots, the snails were around, but not the way we wanted, a few only to be honest, so here are the results: By …

Everglades Nat’l Park Project. Phase 1, The Lake

Hello There! Happy Independence Day!, is Monday 4th of July and just got back from a superb hot and sweaty weekend. Everglades National Park Project with a nature photographer friend Juan Carlos. We left the headquarter about 4:30AM, fuel the FJ and head to Everglades Nat’l Park. nice morning, temperature was nice, NO RAIN!, after …

Classic Cameras Friday! – Olympus Pen 1959

Hey There; I want to show you the first Japanese Half Frame Camera, here a few facts: Made half-frame popular $29.50 with f3.5 lens in 1960 ($217 in 2010 dollars) The Pen was the first really popular half-frame camera, and, for a while, anyway, it made half-frame popular, too. But eventually Kodak’s refusal to mount …

Rain, and Green… perfect couple!

Hello there; Rain started here in the Tampa Bay Area, and I can see the collateral effects, GREENS COLORS are popping UP very nice!, these two were captured in my back yard:   Thanks Rain! Cesar Out! Note: Pictures Taken with Nikon D300 using Tamron 75-300mm f/4-5.6 LD Manual Focus Lens on Lexar Professional UDMA …

A new Addition… for my Film Arsenal.

Hey There; Today I picked up a new machine, Nikon FM-10, a simple mechanical camera, and on e telephoto Tamron 75-300mm f/4-5.6 LD Macro. Just completing the film arsenal I always wanted this little camera, now with the F100 have a full bread pro level film camera and a nice manual one to remember the …

New Section starting Now! ~ Classic Cameras Friday!

Hello Again; Today I want to start a new Section over my blog, Classic Cameras Friday!. and today I would like to show you the Nikon S, a rangefinder from 1950. Here a few facts: First Nikon camera imported into US $349 with f1.4 lens in 1951 ($2927 in 2010 dollars) Nikon’s first camera, the …

My 10 Points Check List for Travel Photos!

Hey there, I have to say that Travel Photography is ONE of my favorite way to express my photographic needs, is so rich in so many aspects that you just can’t stop shooting when traveling. In order for me to tell the history, yes you have to tell the history behind your trip!, I putted …

Let’s Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures…

You’veprobably seen photos of streams or waterfalls in which the water looked very silky and wondered, How did they do that? Well, its easy! The process employed to get that silky effect is called motion rendition. If you set your camera with a fast shutter speed, say 1/125 to 1/4,000 of a second, you will …