Hide and seek

This evening, thanks to an earlier nap, I am awake at 11:10 PM … which is quite unusual for me...

As summer loosens its grip

This morning, I noticed that the temperature was a pleasant 68 degrees with only 60% humidity. I thought: What a...

Cuba – next year?

Since about February of 1962, which was when I was born, travel to Cuba, for most Americans has been illegal...

Tom’s Creek Falls

Within Pisgah National Forest, parts of it very close to Vanessa’s house, there are a number of waterfalls. She had...

I don’t think that I’ve ever talked about this before. I want to talk about looking at those photos that didn’t work. Not that they didn’t work for technical reasons like: Out of focus. Over/Under exposed. Head cut off. Feet…

When I read a post like this, Why I became an artist, from Chris Klug, I am encouraged. I am encouraged because Chris openly admits that some things affect him to the point of bringing him to tears and of…

In response to the The value of critique post, Scott C said: What I’ve found the most helpful are sites where a photographer posts a picture and then walks through their thought process in choosing the subject, composing, lighting, post-processing…

Somewhere near Seattle Steve Weeks has a very interesting post, Perceptions Real or Imagined, on his. He talks about the differences in post processing between people. This thought has occurred to me before, but not quite in the way that…

First off, I have received my copy of David duChemin’s book, WTF, or Within The Frame. It was waiting for me at my door when I came in this evening. Much thanks to Kara Murphy and to Peach Pit for…