photo by Paul Hackett

In Scotland: photo by Paul Hackett

I have been posting my Pic of the Day to Twitter, Facebook, and two digital photography groups I belong to. It occurred to me that an expanded version, with some why and how, might be of more interest, and force me to take a closer look at my images as well. Therefore this blog.

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Steve Ingraham’s Point and Shoot Landscape.

Landscape, nature, and creative imaging with today’s modern digital Point and Shoot Cameras. Because it works!

For bio on me, check out the About page on my Point & Shoot Landscape blog.

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5 Responses to “About”


  1. 05/25/2009 at 9:47 am

    Stephen,
    Nice photo of you . I like your flora photos. I’m going to be doing a few more myself as the migration season comes to an end. I’ll be using the G1 with various old lenses I have lying around the flat. Neil.

  2. 2 Michael Sabadoz
    09/27/2009 at 5:10 pm

    Steve;
    I have a quick question. Hope you don’t mind me asking.

    1. I see you use Lightroom but I haven’t seen any other software mentioned. Is that the only software do you use?…for Raw conversion, organizing your images, and for retouching/processing the images?

    Thank you.

  3. 10/28/2009 at 9:34 am

    The pictures look great and I love your blog set up! I too have my own blog, completely different from yours of course but it was something I had to start for a class and something I’m trying to get better at. Sorry kind of random to do this on here but I couldn’t get a direct email from your website. If you could shoot me an email that would be great! Thanks (Your Niece)

  4. 11/02/2010 at 7:44 pm

    Mr. Ingraham:

    I would like to use one of your photos from Cape May (Sunset 10/10) on our school’s webpage for the month of November, 2010. Please contact me if you will give us permission.

    Thanks,

    John Thomas
    609-884-8485 school main number

  5. 11/06/2010 at 5:16 pm

    Hi Steve,

    I found your blog while looking for photographs from past autumns to compare to our current leaf cover.

    Your photos are just gorgeous – I am pea-green with envy! But what a pleasure to see them!

    If you have any interest in doing a comparative study – if for instance you have shots of the same location from different years – please let me know. I have been trying to document the deterioration of the landscape from exposure to tropospheric ozone, but unfortunately, I didn’t realize what was happening until 2008, so my pictures are all recent.

    Thanks,

    Gail Zawaacki
    Oldwick, NJ


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