Posted on September 16, 2019
by Craig McCord While driving to town a couple of days ago, I noticed a large maple tree in what appeared to be a slight fall transition. It’s a little early yet for any fall color but for some reason its color made it stand out. Catching a glimpse of this tree brought back an […]
Posted on September 1, 2019
During a recent workshop on the Oregon Coast, I was presented with a common problem: I wanted to do a long exposure shot to enhance a somewhat boring sky, but the wind was blowing around grasses in the foreground and they would be hopelessly blurry with a long shutter speed image. How to handle this?? […]
Posted on March 14, 2019
Arriving in Bandon, Oregon a couple of years ago, I was preparing for a workshop that was to begin in a couple of days. As I checked into the hotel, I was contemplating how to spend what remained of a blustery and misty afternoon. Just didn’t seem I would be doing much photography. Realizing the […]
Posted on January 17, 2019
Indoor photography for days you just can’t out.