Hi. I'm Phil Bosinoff, and I like to take photos and share them with others. Most of my photos are "nature photography." I especially enjoy taking macro pictures of insects and flowers in the wild. However, I enjoy all landscapes, flowers, and animals.
In the animal kingdom, I'm especially fond of birds. I'm talented at taking pictures of "blurry birds in flight." My better bird pictures are taken when the bird is not moving, usually on a tree branch. Unfortunately, birds somehow sense when I want to take their picture, and fly away as soon as I'm about to take the shot.
As a software developer, I get a special joy out of processing photos with great software. Good photo software allows me to make more impactful images, and to keep better track of them.
Sometimes, for family and friends, I make note cards with requested images. I generally recoup a nominal fee for this service to cover supplies. If you're interested in using any of my photos, digital or printed, let me know via the "Contact" page.
Current gear: Olympus OM-D E-M5 MkII body with these Olympus lenses: 12-40mm 2.8, 60mm 2.8 macro, and 75-300mm.
Photo Software: Most of my post processing is done in Adobe Lightroom Classic.
Less often, I also use Adobe Photoshop, Topaz Photo AI, and DxO PhotoLab software.
Technical note regarding image size:  Be aware that, in contrast to the original photos' full resolution, all online photos display with a maximum of 1920 pixels on the "longest" side. If you have a 4K (3840 by 2160 pixel) monitor, for example, and look at the photos fully maximized in a full-screen browser you may be seeing some slight pixelation of the images; they won't be as sharp as intended. If this is the case, consider resizing one's browser window to somewhat less than full screen if you want to click on images in the photo grids to view them "full size." For most people the difference in quality is not particularly noticeable.

Profile photo taken in Muir Woods by Diana Griffin.
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