Category Archives for photography

Shoot the Moon – Nikon P1000 Moon Photos

​I was out before sunrise this morning and saw the bright moon overhead. I just had to go back inside to grab my new Nikon P1000 camera and try taking a few pictures. It is amazing what you can see with a 3000mm lens. I couldn’t even zoom in all the way and still get […]

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Nikon P1000 – My Newest Toy

​I am a long time Nikon camera fan. I owned Nikon’s back in the film days and my very first digital camera was a Nikon D100 that I got in 2002. Georgia and I both had other Nikon digital​s after that. They were, and are, great cameras. If fact, I still have one D70 that […]

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Photographing Tombstones

  Genealogists photograph tombstones to document the birth, death and burial information of their ancestors. This post will give you some tips on how to get the best possible results when taking those important pictures. Locating Cemeteries Your first challenge might well be just getting to the cemetery. Hopefully you have an obituary or burial […]

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Digital Cameras for Genealogy

Digital Cameras Digital cameras are a basic tool for family historians. Those pictures of family members, their homes, tombstones, etc. are critical additions to our data. There are a few uses for digital cameras that might not be as obvious as obvious though. Before I get to uses though, here some features that are important […]

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