I wish I could just push the power button to wake up in the morning. Just push it, wait 30 seconds, and be ready to go.
One of the things that makes a good photograph is simplicity. Think about what you are trying to create – what is your goal, what are you trying to say, what is the subject – and then remove/minimize all other distractions, either in camera or in processing. Reduce, streamline, boil down. Make it as visually… Continue reading Intersection
It was going to happen. A day within the 365 days of my project where I don’t feel like going out to shoot nor do I feel too creative. Heck, it’s Monday after the holidays – I don’t feel like creating anything. But the project is a photo-a-day project, not a photo-on-the-days-I-feel-like-maybe-kinda-sorta-I-might-could-shoot-and-process-something project.
As 2016 begins, we should all sit down, relax, and imagine what we can create in the coming months. After all, at this moment, the year is a blank slate. Focusing on what you want to achieve is the first step toward making it happen. And you’ll never get there if you never try.
“He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.” –Roy L. Smith A garland of stars on our Christmas tree. Oh, what fun this tree will see in the next few days.
This shot came about more from wanting to test my new ICE 10-stop neutral density filter, rather than from a creative idea. I knew I wanted water and possibly clouds (although the clouds weren’t really moving fast enough) in the shot but other than that, I had know idea what I was going to get.… Continue reading Lincoln Memorial Drive
The kitchen spice racks that hang on the wall next to our stove. A 5-shot 32-bit HDR processed in Lightroom and Photoshop with help from Topaz Impression.
The clutter that is my office shelves. And believe it or not, this is clean. You should see it when it is really cluttered!
“Everything you can imagine is real.” –Pablo Picasso My son, lost in his imagination,