Category Archives: Landscape and Nature Photography

It’s the offseason, so I get to shoot other things on the weekends now 🙂 Today I went to the Botanical Gardens, which I haven’t been to in quite a while. I can’t wait until the spring flower show!  

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  • ElaineFebruary 1, 2013 - 11:45 am

    I love macro photography! These are really nice!ReplyCancel

When I was in Ithaca taking photos (see this posting about Ithaca Waterfalls), I saw a few guys in swim trunks watching me and waiting for me to finish my shot. I had seen people gorge jumping before, so I figured out pretty quickly what was going on – I signaled for them to hold…

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I went to Ithaca in 2007, and I took one of my favorite photos. Sue and I, and our friends Brian and Heather were hiking the Gorge trail, and I saw this series of falls that I thought would look pretty good, so I settled in for a bit with my tripod and ND filters…

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  • Ithaca Jumpers | Kaz PhotographyJune 15, 2010 - 9:44 pm

    […] I was in Ithaca taking photos (see this posting about Ithaca Waterfalls), I saw a few guys in swim trunks watching me and waiting for me to finish my shot. I had seen […]ReplyCancel

  • BobJune 28, 2010 - 9:16 am

    These are lovely. There’s something special about mountain streams, watefalls and nature in general. Your images have a nice, fine art quality about them.ReplyCancel

I went to the Peace Bridge tonight with some members of a Photo group – I realized tonight that even though I’ve lived in Buffalo my whole life, I never really went down to that area to hang out. There was quite a bit of waiting until the sunset (which was a bit lackluster), but…

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So, you’d never think that techniques perfected for landscape photography would carry over into the wedding/portrait world – but earlier today I was playing around with shallow DOF panoramic shots. Sue and I were out at her parents’ cabin for the day, and I asked her and Petey to stand in while I tried this…

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