CJ Romberger

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Nikon d750...and no wine.
Posted to Just For Fun about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Try as he might, Mr Moon is too bright to blend in. But he gives it his best shot.

Nikon D750
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The white strip is Mr Moon getting in on the action.

Nikon D750
Posted to Just For Fun about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I focused on the closest point, then zoomed out, stopped, zoned out, stopped, etc.

Fun to see how it turned out...Each time is always a bit different.

Nikon d750
Posted to Just For Fun about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
The Ferris Wheel across the water was some pretty righteous fun. The colors constantly changed, so no 2 shots are even close to the same.

Nikon D750
Posted to Just For Fun about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Zilker Park Tree, Mr Moon and Me, taking a spin on December Twenty Three.

Nikon D750
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My heart wasn't up to going inside the park, so I hung out on the other side of the water with my sweet doggie, Sophie Sue, taking photos of the Ferris wheel and listening to everyone laughing.

Nikon D750
Posted to Just For Fun about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
The Zilker Park Tree, Mr. Moon and Me, hung out together on December Twenty Three.

Nikon D750
Tamron 150-600
Posted to Night about 1657 days ago, 0 comment(s)
Amazing what you find when you just stop and watch the rest of the world spin. 2014.04.02
Posted to Just For Fun about 1782 days ago, 0 comment(s)
I found this jumping spider in my bathroom trash can today! I was going to set her free and thought "let's see what it looks like up close."

I have a new Sigma Macro lens, and I haven't really done macro photography before. I was so happy when I downloaded the shots and saw how interesting this little creature was.

And then I set her free.

Things I learned for next time: Manually focus, use flash (ugh), and aperture at f22 or as close to that as possible.
Posted to Macro about 1819 days ago, 0 comment(s)