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THE VIEW

There's always a beautiful sunrise, sunset, or weather event and I've truly enjoyed pulling out the camera from time to time to capture that event. Most of the pictures were captured with the cell phone and a few with the Nikon D80. You'll also notice that some of the pictures from the view were selected for the site's header images.

Feel free to click on each picture for a larger view. I hope you enjoy them!

fog

Took this picture of heavy fog at a local high school football game.

sunrise

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Okay, moment of truth about the picture above. I mentioned earlier that these photos were taken with my cell phone camera and that is true. However, I've always had a secret weapon for capturing pictures like this one and here's how it's done.

In this case I was shooting an active storm and, as you can imagine, the odds of snapping a shot like this during the action is one in a million. However, you can shoot a video of the storm, transfer it to your computer, freeze the video when you find a good shot, and hit the screen print button.

From there it's a simple paste into your favorite editor (I use paint) to trim away everything but the shot. So there you have it! Give it a try and I bet you'll be surprised with the results.

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