RENEWED LEARNING WITH A NEW LENS

May 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Renewed Learning With a New Lens In the past year, shooting mostly around my urban neighborhood, I had often been tempted to purchase a macro lens for my full frame camera. I briefly owned one when I first got into digital photography, but sold it once I decided I was going to be a "landscape photographer". For a while I believed that, to improve...
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SLOW PHOTOGRAPHY MOVEMENT ON F-STOP COLLABORATE AND LISTEN

April 29, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
The Novelty of Being a Podcast Guest! Well, I can check being a guest on a podcast off the proverbial bucket-list. In fact, I can check it off twice (more on that below). I recently had the honor of recording a podcast episode with Matt Payne and F-Stop Collaborate and Listen, along with my Slow Photography Movement ("SPM") colleagues Jennifer Ren...
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SHELTERED IN VELVET - NEW IMAGE

April 11, 2021  •  1 Comment
New Image: "Sheltered in Velvet" We still don't have much in terms of travel plans, so in addition to shooting houseplants and nearby landscapes, I'm taking the opportunity to dig in my image library for photos that I've overlooked in the past, to see if there is something worth editing. I really enjoyed "finding" this one, a shot I took during a...
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WINTER GHOSTS - NEW IMAGE

April 06, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
New Image: "Winter Ghosts" Driving back from a cabin in Isabella, Minnesota, I spotted the 'inverted silhouettes' of these snow-covered trees. This was captured only a few minutes after a similar image, "Winter's Veil", which I posted and wrote about here recently. This photograph was composed as a horizontal 3:2 frame which included a fourth tree...
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PLAYING WITH HOUSEPLANTS AND OCF DURING A PANDEMIC - PART 1

March 24, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Houseplants: Nature Photography, Indoors The pandemic has presented many challenges for landscape photographers, but in a challenge there is always opportunity. In a year of being home, I finally decided to explore photographing some of the many (many!) plants in our house. It's something that I've thought about often, since we do love our plants...
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