Photography

Series – Stoves

On a recent photography excursion to Bannack Ghost Town in Montana, I noticed the wood stoves--and how different they were! Nearly every building had one, and they ranged from small heating stoves to double-wide cooking stoves. They were brown, black, and grey. Here are a few different pictures I took.   I also noticed that… Continue reading Series – Stoves

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Photography

I Love to See the Temple

The Rexburg Temple is absolutely beautiful, and this week I got some photos that I wouldn't normally--usually my Temple photos end up most like the one in the bottom right corner of this collage. But here are some new perspectives on the Temple--and all of them have the Temple in them! I was thrilled to… Continue reading I Love to See the Temple

Photography

Aperture, Shutter Speed, and White Balance

The following photographs are taken from http://pexels.com and demonstrate applications of different aperture, shutter speed, and white balance settings.     The photo above demonstrates use of a wide lens aperture. It was likely taken with a f/3 or smaller, and likely with a special lens that can achieve a wider aperture than a traditional, standard… Continue reading Aperture, Shutter Speed, and White Balance