Hungry Deer

Spring may be arriving, but Ontario is still showing plenty of evidence of winter. Among that evidence: The local deer, desperate for anything remotely resembling food, are unusually bold about getting some from humans.

Light Shifting

The camera gives us direct control over many things that, when we're studying a scene with our eyes, are handled automatically and subconsciously.

Most notably, the camera's idea of exposure – i.e. whatever we tell it to expose – gives it a tremendous light-shifting ability compared to our eyes, which always adapt to give our brain the most well-balanced exposure possible for the conditions.

Nowhere is this more obvious than the night sky, viewed here from near Dorset, Ontario in August.


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