Lancaster Photography Meetup Group

 

July 2012

The Lancaster Photography Meetup Group held a photo session at The Landis Valley Museum located in Pennsylvania.  The setting for Landis Valley is actually pre-Civil War but for this special weekend the clock was moved forward to another time.  Enactors were on hand to educate spectators on what life was like during the war.  A group of infantry enactors demonstrated camp life, marching, and musket firing.  We found it of particular interest the group of officer enactors.  We spoke at length with one individual who took on the persona of one Union general and was able to speak about the individual before, during, and after the war.  Very interesting.

Click on the pictures for a larger view and some additional comments.

                                                                    

 

Hot and sunny conditions are idea for some infrared photography.  This time around onOne Software's "Perfect Effects" faux HDR was used to enhance the images.

 

              

 

All of the images were geotagged and the software that came with the unit provides a satellite view of where the images were captured.

 

For the photographers among you:  Images taken with a Nikon D300 are Joes.  Nikon D5100 images are Kathy's.  The infrared images were taken with a modified Nikon CP5400 point and shoot camera.  All images were geotagged with a Sony GPS-CS3KA.

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