Port Angeles sunset with fire haze – magenta halo with Nikon D7000

2015-firehaze-sunset-haloHey shutterbugs!  Anyone have tips on removing the magenta halo around sunset shots?  I have tried the natural and vivid picture settings and this halo shows up with both settings.  Appreciate the help! – Amelia

Note to self: dust dark objects before photographing!

I love my new Fender guitar and think it’s soooo pretty! So, I thought I’d set it up as one of my 365 Project photos. I was happy with the composition but, when looking at it on the computer I realized I could see how dusty it was! Yikes! So, I’ll try again later but, thought I’d share this tip with you. Check for DUST, DIRT, GRIME, etc. when taking photos on dark objects!! 🙂

dusty-guitar

Nikon D7000, 18-55mm 3.5-5.6G kit lens, ISO 800, F/3.5, 1/25 sec

 

365 Project – 362: Peace (December 27, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/250, Aperture: F/4.0, ISO: 400

Shutter Speed: 1/250, Aperture: F/4.0, ISO: 400

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365 Project – 361: Christmas morning (December 25, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 800

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 800

See more of my 365 Project: Untouched photos from my Nikon D5000 with 50mm lens

365 Project – 360: An icy blue bike from Santa (December 25, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 800

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 800

Nora was on the nice list and got that icy blue bike she asked for…with four wheels, NOT six wheels.  She was soooo…happy!  🙂

See more of my 365 Project: Untouched photos from my Nikon D5000 with 50mm lens

365 Project – 359: Day 24 iHeartFaces photo challenge – “twas the night…” (December 24, 2012)

…when Santa and the Tooth Fairy came to visit Nora. 🙂 Just in time for Christmas Nora just lost her second front tooth. Cute! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 450

Shutter Speed: 1/60, Aperture: F/2.8, ISO: 450

See more of my 365 Project: Untouched photos from my Nikon D5000 with 50mm lens