I am a 42-year old husband and father. I was an avid computer gamer and DOF, F-stops and the like were foreign to me until my wife introduced me to photography.

I began shooting during the latter part of March 2010 and quickly became addicted to it. I started this blog to share my journey and to learn along the way. Special thanks to my wife Eng who encouraged me and to all my friends in Blogosphere who shared their knowledge and taught me to further this craft.

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100 sooc project 6/100 - sunseeker




very romantic ... I love the reflections ...


I wait every day to see what new thing you will come up with and you never disapoint me. when i grow up (ha ha) i want to be just like you.


you have a way with capturing the nocturnal vibes.


~or moon watcher? gorgeous...flat as glass and the reflection once again is amazing...wonderful photo...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

Rinkly Rimes

Such calm water! The reflections don't even quiver!


Sorry it took a while to get back to you Dave been busy! Lovely images great sharpness and reflections. As for warming filters an 81 is the norm and not too over the top and 81A would be my next choice. You can replicate warming filters in photoshop but it is always nice to get it right in camera. Hope this useful. Great macro shot by the way the extra light certainly solved your problem. Best Wishes Kev


What a cool and dreamy night shot. You are the best. This one is so beautiful. HWW.


I will always love the look of lights reflecting on water in the evening. Nice shot!


This is such a cool shot of the water...love it..
You are really great with your camera.

I am 72 yrs old and had NO idea I loved photography until I started blogging. I can't afford a really nice camera but I just have fun with my little point and shoot.
Thanks for sharing this fabulous shot with us.

J Bar

Beautiful reflections.

Cecilia Artista

Awesome! I really like the reflections!


dave, a fellow blogger sent me this link. i think you can win this contest, check it out. look at the winner for 2010, you do better work than that


You are still doing great photography work. I am glad your wife persuaded you to get into the blog world. Otherwise, I would never have seen such beauty as you share.


Just perfect for night owls.


Thank you for the tutorial link - when I'm feeling brave I'll give it a try!


Beautiful reflections! I love seeing the lights reflected at night.


Wow!!! You need a steady hand?

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