Author Archives: Denise Silva


Metering… What’s it do?

Metering… in a very odd shaped nut shell…. In the early film days, camera did not have built in metering systems. Photographers would use handle-held light meters to aid them in determining proper exposure for […]

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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 frustration only […]

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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 process […]

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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 the most […]

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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.  Don will be presenting on […]

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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, […]

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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 decedents of several of the original Waterford families […]

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Iceland Part II

We just returned from our second tour to Iceland this winter.  Our first tour was in December and our second was about a month later in January.   In this case what a difference a […]

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Iceland Bound

  The blog has been a little quieter than we would like, so an update is overdue. We finished another fantastic year making images and leading photography tours with a week in Iceland being our […]

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The Silk Mill After Dark

This past weekend Road Runner had two meetups at the Lonaconing Silk Mill. The first group shot in the afternoon and then we had a second smaller group that shot for a couple of hours […]

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