Thursday, November 30, 2006
My utmost apolgies to those who are avid viewers of my blog. As you may have noticed I have no updated in close to three months. Because of a rigorous school schedule I am unable to maintain the pace that people are used too. I'm hoping to eventually return to updating my blog over my winter break - in about three weeks. Inshallah I'll have new photos to share with all of you. In the meantime feel free to view the archive of this blog or visit my portfolio at http://www.raptimagery.com/. Thanks and please check back in three weeks...
Monday, September 04, 2006
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Sunday, August 27, 2006
Don't have much today besides a photo. I have a nice four day weekend that I have been enjoying and have been trying to work on finishing up some reading and some other projects. I'm starting a new political blog that I hope to have up and running by the end of this long weekend, we'll see. That's it for now, should have another update tomorrow...
Monday, August 21, 2006
Sorry if I spoiled everyone with the multiple photo update. I think I'm back to the daily, or semi daily, updating however as I have few excuses at the moment. I am also back to my camera as I returned the Canon back to my coworker today... It was fun while it lasted.
I must say though that after over 100 posts, this will be post 129, it is hard to keep track of what I have posted and what I haven't. I am trying to bring new photos every post, photos not on my webpage, but that is starting to get difficult as I have reduced the amount of photography I've been doing. Perhaps that is a sign for me to pick up the pace. I do hope to soon. That's about it for now though, more tomorrow...
Sunday, August 20, 2006
So I gave some serious time this weekend, ok just about 30 minutes before I had to work on Saturday, to some wildlife photography. It was more of a photo-adventure of opprutunity then anything. There just happened to be a retaining pond near the apartment complex I was working at that had a great deal of wildlife, to include a Great Blue Heron. I couldn't resist the opprutunity to take a few photos. Again these were taken with my coworker's Canon 20D 300mm Macro lens at 1600 ISO (I know I can't believe I could get away with 1600 ISO either, kudos to Canon on making a fine lens). I can now officially recommend the Canon 20D, though it has I believe been replaced with the 30D, and the Canon 70mm-300mm Ultrasonic Macro Lens. Absolutely beautiful feel, design and output...