Ok, we switched back to regular time from Daylight Savings time. Most cameras don’t make the change automatically. So it’s time to change the time in the camera, so the metadata records the proper time.
I change my Nikon Cameras by synching to the computer using Nikon Capture Pro. However, that’s a paid piece of software; I don’t know of any utility that will change the date and time, so you’ll need to update it manually. For Canon Cameras EOS utility does support that, but shooting Nikon I haven’t used it myself.
While I’m at it, I also check if the sensor is clean and take care of any general maintenance while I’ve got the cameras out.
Space remains in the Fall Photo Tours, Houma Lousiana Photo Tour, and Spring Birding Photography Tours.
The fall tour features landscape photography in the swamps of Louisiana. I am combining photographing onshore with photographing from a boat. Fall is a mystical time in the wetlands with orange and rust leaves, Cypress trunks and knees in the water, and Spanish Moss draped over the branches. With a little luck, we'll get fog or mist backlit by the sun.
The Houma Tour, added by request, centers around my home in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. This tour combines photo opportunities near my house with time in my office processing images. More time will be available for working on both photo techniques in the field and post-processing images than in the Fall and Spring Tours. While there will be ample opportunities to create beautiful images, the focus will be on learning and exploring new techniques. This tour would also be an excellent time to explore Infrared Photography as well. Details are here.
The Spring Bird Photography tours feature photographing nesting Wading Birds in Southern Louisiana. Southwestern Louisiana is a fantastic place for Photographing Wading birds. Featured are Roseate Spoonbills, Great, Cattle, and Snowy Egrets, Little Blue, Great Blue, and Little Green Herons and White Faced, Glossy and White Ibis. Frequently photographed are also Least and American Bitterns. We also will be photographing Osprey in Flight going to and from the nest.