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’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
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!
My celebration is 2 fold, because I today my guest post at Digital Photography School was published! Check it out and let me know what you think! Leave your comments there as the more comments there are the better for me 🙂 I”d love to write more for them and if it’s a popular and well received post, I will get asked back!
It’s an in depth tutorial on making art images from what may be less than stellar photos. Head on over to DPS and give it a read.
Of course you can also let me know here – any constructive comments are welcome 🙂 Hope you like it.
Not only literally ( the flu/cold that has been constant companion since before Christmas is finally leaving me!), but figuratively too ( the 200 hour work week of the past 3 weeks is also over), I can breathe!
And it feels great! Capping it all was an inspirational iPhone workshop on Saturday, where aspiring artists created some really astounding images.Continue Reading
I’ve had a ton of feedback on my photo classes and workshops – all of it very positive – beyond MY expectations! 🙂
But the one thing that I struggle with is coordinating the days that people prefer, some love the weekends, others week nights. Others find the afternoons better. The workshops are of different lengths depending on the subject, some are 1 day some are 3 days.
On new year’s day I went for a drive, through the back roads of course! There are a few regular places I drive by now and then, thinking I really should photograph them …one day. But on this day, the first day of the new year. I DID it.Continue Reading