Lee’s Outdoor Photography Blog
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While working in Lightroom 5 the other day, I came across some images from Colorado taken in July 2011, that while they were interesting, just didn’t grab me in color. I have had an interest in understanding Black & White photography because of the opportunities it provides for mid-day shooting. I took some of these […]
Don’t you love it when you buy something and find out you got a lot more than what you expected? I was looking for a wireless remote to use with my Canon bodies (Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 7D, and Canon 1D Mark III) that would be programmable for night exposures and star trails. When […]
Things have really been busy around here lately with some travel to Oklahoma to see my brother and his family, plus we spent a couple of days at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge photographing landscapes, lizards, buffalo, elk, deer and birds. Be sure and sign up for my Spring in the Wichita Mountains Photography Workshop […]
Plain and simple, does it get any prettier than a nice adult Black-throated Sparrow? I first saw this species in Big Bend National Park back in August 1989 and I was instantly drawn to its bold plumage. Nothing like seeing this bird perched on blooming ocotillo singing its heart out. This adult was photographed at […]
I was in Uvalde these past few days checking out the Transition Ranch and I met the wonderful owners, Dr. Sandy & Leslee Kay Hurwitz. My purpose in traveling to the ranch was to investigate the possibility of hosting workshops at the location and possibly serving as a ranch guide. In reality, there is so […]
Yesterday I led 12 photographers from the Central Texas NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) meetup group to the Zilker Botanical Gardens on Barton Springs Road. The focus of the trip was macro: flowers, dragonflies, damselflies, butterflies and whatever else we could turn up. I have found that when attempting macro photography, I am much […]