Monthly Archives: November 2013

Black Friday Sale!

Today (November 27th) through Monday, December 2nd, take 20% off all J Lounsbury Photography products. On top of the discount, you get a free 8×10 matted print that will fit in an 11×14 frame, with your order. All the images … Continue reading

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Snowy Owl Invasion

New England is currently experiencing a pretty exciting Snowy Owl invasion. These irruptions don’t happen every year, so when they do it is pretty monumental. The Snowy Owl is probably one of the most photogenic owls, and if you can … Continue reading

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Fixing Wide Angle Distortion

One of the biggest problems with shooting with wide angle lenses is the distortion. They are so wide that it distorts the geometry of the whole scene. When shooting nature it isn’t a big deal because there aren’t many defined … Continue reading

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What Makes a “Good” Photograph?

This question I often ask myself when reviewing my own images. I thought about this question last night during the competition at the Candlewood Camera Club. The image above took 1st place in the Assigned Subject (Summer) Class A. It … Continue reading

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Thanks for Your Service

Thank you to all those who have fought for our country! Have a great Veteran’s Day!

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