As You Press The Shutter

As You Press The Shutter

Some Comments On The Thought Process As you press the shutter, what are you pointing your camera at and why?  Regardless of whether it is fast action or on a tripod after deliberation, those are not simply uninformed snap decisions.  What makes...

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Creating Infrared Images with The iPhone

Creating Infrared Images with The iPhone

Infrared photography, the black and white variety, first captured my imagination in college many moons ago. I fell in love with this depiction of the world around me and was drawn into these snowy white fantasies. Infrared became a lot easier in...

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Those Who Came Before Part One

Those Who Came Before Part One

To know ahead of time what you’re looking for means you’re then only photographing your preconceptions, which is very limiting. Dorothea Lange Introduction When I started landscape photography, I was influenced by those who came before me. I tried to create photographs...

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An Afternoon On The Playa

An Afternoon On The Playa

I am a mid-life professional looking to become an artist. Here I share another experience in print and images. I always share my experience to foster others who have moved into art from a previous technical profession. A playa is a dried-up...

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