Posted on February 6, 2019
Before one can really take advantage of perspective and effectively use it to one’s advantage in compositions, there must be a clear understanding of what it is.
Posted on May 18, 2016
Couple of times a year I try to get down to Orange Park, Florida to visit my mom who turned 90 yrs old this past December. She is doing quite well and I hope I have her energy and heath when I get to her age, if I make it that long. Orange Park […]
Posted on March 1, 2016
Arriving at my shooting location at James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area, I could see that photographing the moon over the barn was not going to be an option this morning. Well, just have to make the best of it. Truth is, often what I expect or set out to photograph does not entirely […]
Posted on December 4, 2015
The Challenge One challenge we as photographers have in creating images that really engage the viewer is often related to our ability to convey a sense of depth in a medium that is only two-dimensional. That is not to say that a two-dimensional photograph cannot be effective. But often such images are intimate landscapes, or […]