I posted a new article today exploring the effects of sharpness, saturation, and contrast on our visual perception. Check it out here. … Continue reading
I’ve posted November pictures in blog posts before, but never got them into a gallery on the site. Today I correct that oversight with a selection of images from November in recent years. Many people start complaining about winter weather … Continue reading
I finally got around to adding a gallery that is just a small collection of the many images I have shot at the Stump Sprouts Lodge in Hawley, Mass. This is just one example of the early morning view from … Continue reading
I just hung an exhibit of photographs at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary in Easthampton. The exhibit is open until February 27. They are also in the “On Display” gallery here on the website. The two shown here are new to the … Continue reading
I just found these assorted macro shots uploaded to the site but I never posted them. I added them to a few galleries, and also put them in a new gallery called recent additions. This way anyone who is already … Continue reading
Just up today is a gallery of macro (close-up) photography, Nature in Detail: Exploring Through the Lens. Close-ups allow us to view the world in different and interesting ways. You can find the gallery here. … Continue reading
Well, sort of new. I have re-created a gallery I had on my old site, Hidden-Unexpected worlds. This has some of the old gallery, a couple of new things, and I will be adding more to it soon. Look for … Continue reading
My photo website at kevinkopchynskiphotos is now closed. I have re-posted here one of the galleries, the one on Light, from that site. This site will now be the place for my photography.
I have done a lot of research on moth identification recently for programs I have done. I have summarized what I have learned about moth identification in an article posted today. Happy mothing! … Continue reading
I have added information on additional programs. One is a math program I had done a while back and the other is a newer program in astrophysics.