Today I won’t bore you with photos of Halloween parties of the past (although there most definitely are many posts of those around on this site already!), but rather a few tips on making spooky images with shadows. Simple, non technical and dramatic. All you need is a light source and a subject.
I am seriously counting the days til I leave on my California jaunt. It is going to be way too quick a trip but I will be laying some important ground work for a major trip will be leading back to the area in 2017.
I know that on this trip a few hours at each place is not going to do them justice – so I’m considering this the “first course”.Continue Reading
So I finally got enough energy back to be able to assemble my prints and get them over to the cafe.
I am really happy with the way they look! Murray – the man with the keen eye and the hammer go them all lined up an evenly spaced.Continue Reading
So near and yet so far…Continue Reading
I’ve been asked about the 2016 photo workshop schedule so I now have a few programs and tentative dates to put out there:
June 2016: Why you must use these Photoshop plugins, and how to use them. 2 days, Saturday and Sunday.Continue Reading
When I first visited the mountains as an adult for ski trips many ears ago, I had no idea just how diverse and crazy mountains really are. When I was skiing, the most important part of the mountains was the apres ski at the lodge at the bottom of them! Many rum and eggnogs later I might have gaze out at the view, but the sights were not the main reason to be there in those days.Continue Reading
Here we are again, Valentine’s Day, and the coldest day of the year, and I’m heading south.Continue Reading
So by now you are probably bored to death about how much I love my iPhone and how iPhone/cellphone photography has changed the game for the world. It goes without saying (which is a very strange phrase because as soon as someone says this they ARE saying…I’m just sayin’), a love my iPhone photos. Spontaneity is to be treasured!