Author Archives: Denise Silva

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Exploring Greenland

With Road Runner, we have been lucky enough to travel to some very cool (figuratively) places. Greenland is definitely one of the most unique places we have ever seen. The easiest way to get to […]

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How Others Experience a Destination

I thought it would be fun to feature the work of one of our Iceland tour participants – Paul W.! I am always intrigued by how other people see a destination that I am so […]

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New Article – Aurora Photography Tips!

Aurora photography is one of my passions. I enjoy the challenge of capturing this elusive phenomenon. There is the challenge of “Getting there” as these are most often seen in very remote locations. Braving frigid […]

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Shooting the Same Place Twice… or many more times!

This might seem like an odd topic for a post, but honestly, I think about this all the time. When trying to figure out where to go and how to spend my time and money, […]

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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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