Tag: Photography

This blog talks about photography related topics such as exposure, locations, and other information.

Looking Back on 2020

WOW! I made through 2020, but looking back I discovered. . .

2020 holiday Special

As the year 2020 is coming to an end, it is a great time to learn a new skill or improve an old hobby/passion. This would make a great Holiday gift for the camera enthusiast, or a child/adult wanting to learn photography. I look forward to working with you in the New Year.

Creating a Photographic Story

A photograph is the reflection of the photographer at the time the image is created. It reflects our mood, vision, and emotional state. The way the light is captured in the image, then post processed reveals the story hidden in the photograph. It is… Continue Reading “Creating a Photographic Story”

Changing Times. . .

It’s amazing how quickly our world changes! I hope this post finds all my followers in good health. As we navigate this new world filled with a dangerous pandemic (virus) and travel restrictions, I think it becomes more important to find ourselves behind our… Continue Reading “Changing Times. . .”

Finding the Spirit of Place

This workshop is the culmination of creativity combined with photography. It is the art of exploring the environment or subject to express its true nature from the perspective of the photographer. It is offered through the amazing art school Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.… Continue Reading “Finding the Spirit of Place”

Not Your Grandma’s Black & White

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Photography In Motion

My latest class is Photography In Motion. Here is a sample of the type of photographs we will learn to take.

Autumn is Coming!

The colors in Autumn are either amazing or subtle in the Pacific Northwest. After a long hot summer, the weather is turning to rain, cooler temperatures, and the days seem darker. The reds, yellows, and golds are beginning to peek through, and shine on… Continue Reading “Autumn is Coming!”

Black & White Photography Tips

Black and white photography relies on the tonal quality of the colors in the scene. The way the photographer “sees” the image changes. Without the reliance on color, the photograph relies on whites, blacks, and gray tones. The human eye sees about 16 million… Continue Reading “Black & White Photography Tips”

Composition. . .Man & Nature

Composition is one of those subjective topics. It varies from person to person and artist to photographer. . .or, is there really a difference between artists and photographers? At it’s core, composition is simply about the arrangement of the visual image. From an artist’s… Continue Reading “Composition. . .Man & Nature”

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