A long drive north today landed me at Wequiock Falls today, about 20 minutes from Green Bay. The falls were still running top-notch during the winter, even though the sides were frozen:
It was beautiful. I will come back to photograph in the summer (...)
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Went to Parafrey's Glen the other day. It is only a few miles south of Devil's Lake State Park. The Glen is composed of some wooded hiking trail as well as a Gorge cut by a stream. It also houses one of the few waterfalls in Southern Wisconsin:
Of course, its all frozen right now, but (...)
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Went to Horicon Marsh this week in the cold. In the summer, it is great for wildlife viewing. In the Winter, the sunsets are incredible. Here are some I picked up.
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Even though it was freezing cold this weekend I still went to Lake Mendota. Although I have taken winter Photos in and near Madison on Lake Mendota before, but after learning some stuff in lightroom, the photos have become a lot better, in terms of making the landscape stick up. Here are some sunset shots with dusk colors. Will go upstate against sometime soon, at least to Horicon marsh soon.
Dusk away from the sunset:
In this tutorial, I will show you how to edit snowy winter landscapes.
This tutorial is a simple way to remove big or long oil streaks or dust particles if they were on your sensor when you took the photo.