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Patterns in a composition can take many forms. It adds an interest depth in the photograph, or an element of chaos. Patterns are the repetition of shapes or similar shapes. It works in macro, landscape, and most other types of photographs. Patterns are naturally… Continue Reading “Seeing & Incorporating Patterns into Composition”
I’ll be speaking and guiding a photography tour at the Port Susan Snow Goose Festival. Also, I will be there with my books, and other items in the vendor area (both Saturday & Sunday). The Art of Photographing Birds February 25th, 2018 11 am… Continue Reading “Port Susan Snow Goose Festival 2018”
August is the month I teach The Art of Photographing Birds locally. It’s one day of classroom instruction, and in-the-field shooting in a diverse series of eco-systems. Students learn photography tips, etiquette, exposure, and more. It is a great class for beginner to intermediate… Continue Reading “It’s Time for the Birds!”
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I’ve been quiet. I’ve been very quiet lately. I’ve been focused on each day, and making the best of it. It’s how I process information, and I’ve received a lot of it the past 3 years. These are my…
Happy Shooting. . .Karen
I want to apologize for the spam posted on my blog. I was hacked. Please let me know if it happens again. Thank you. . .Karen
Spring Migratory Bird Adventures.
I took a little break from writing and teaching (as noted in the date for my last blog entry). It’s been a good break. I’ve had the time to reform my thoughts, and explore new ideas. I took some time to explore the Oregon… Continue Reading “I’m back from my sabatical. . .”