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Road Runner Photography Blog · 6d ago

Image Tracker

For many of us (all of us that don’t focus primarily on bird photography), capturing images of birds in motion can be a real challenge. The culmination of lots of standing, waiting, and frus...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 2W ago

Iridient Transformer

In my last blog, I wrote about using Iridient Developer to process Fuji images. At the end of that experiment, I decided that I still preferred using Lightroom Develop or Adobe Camera Raw to...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 3W ago

Iridient Developer

Today I spent some time testing out potential new workflows for processing images. As many folks know, I love Photoshop and Camera Raw for processing my images. I feel these tools give me th...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 4W ago

Nature Visions Expos

Please come out and join Don and Denise at Nature Visions Photo Expo!  The Expo is held at Nov. 3-5 at George Mason University’s Hylton Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, VA 20110....
Road Runner Photography Blog · 4W ago

Flat Light… what to do?

We just returned from a photo tour of Cape May, NJ. Cape May is a beautiful town, with historic homes, coastal beauty, and lots of natural habitat to enjoy. For the first time ever though, w...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 3M ago

Revisiting the Brown Bears of Katmai National Park — Otis (a.k.a. Bear 480)

In the past four years, I’ve been fortunate to visit Katmai National Park on three occasions, most recently in early July 2017.  Photographers are drawn to Katmai by the brown bears that gat...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 4M ago

The Palouse in Color

In my last Blog I focused on the use of an Infrared Converted Camera and how the Palouse is perfect for Infrared photography. In this blog I want to share a few of my color images from this ...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 4M ago

The Ever Changing, The Ever Constant Palouse

  We just finished up what has become our bi-annual tour of the Palouse. For those who don’t know the Palouse it is the largest wheat growing region in the country. But we love the Palouse f...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 5M ago

The Ever-Changing, Ever-Constant Outer Banks

We had a good turnout for last weekend’s “Cape Hatteras — Lighthouses and Piers” Meetup.  We not only saw and photographed lighthouses and piers from Corolla to Okracoke, but also wild horse...
Road Runner Photography Blog · 7M ago

Historic Waterford, VA

Settled in 1733 by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Pennsylvania, Historic Waterford is a wonderful opportunity to get out and enjoy the visual beauty of historic architecture. In the late 1930’s ...