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My Review of 2021 Photos
My Favorites for 2021
Since we were homebound much of 2021, I found that I had a lot of backyard bird photos. Here is another favorite. A bluebird I took in April. Again, with my DSLR camera this time with the lens zoomed in to 600mm.
In April we got a new dog, Dixie, and she became a favorite model. Here is a photo I took of her in May. This one was taken with my mirrorless camera and a 25mm lens. I edited it in Lightroom to select the subject and then black out the background with the exposure slide. I like the effect.
In June I went to a lavender farm to find some new subjects for my photography. I took several shots with my mirrorless camera. This one caught my eye with the bee on the plants. It was taken with a 210mm lens and enhance in Photoshop with a Neural filter. I like the look the filter gave to the photo.
In July I captured these coneflowers with my iPhone. It really does take great photos and the colors are brilliant.
A photo outing in September was to Art Hill in St. Louis where there was a display to honor those who were killed from 9/11. It was called Flags of Valor and this photo was taken with my mirrorless camera with a 24mm lens.
In late September we took a trip to the Missouri Botanical Garden. I had my Sony mirrorless camera with me. It is really my go to camera now whenever I am out and about. It is lightweight and I think takes a quality photo. Here is a photo taken of some water lilies at the garden.
In October I went to a farm with a group that I am the mentor for their photography club. We took photos of pumpkins and animals and some farm machinery. Here is a photo of a tractor. I was using my mirrorless camera and this one I took into Photoshop and used one of the Neural filters.
In December I went with the group to downtown historic St. Charles. Here is a photo I took of the visitor center. Again, I was using my mirrorless camera.
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