Monthly Archives: September 2020

Seeing

Seeing With a visual art such as photography, the most important trait that a participant in it can have, is the ability to “see”. I am not speaking of eyesight per say, or even being able to spot that butterfly … Continue reading

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The Autumn of The Year

As we transition into autumn (my favorite time of year), I thought I would kick it off with a portfolio of some of my images that “say Autumn”, in many cases with a capital A. I would remind serious nature … Continue reading

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Mood & Atmosphere

Mood and atmosphere are as much a part of any form of art, or any sort of entertainment, as is story line and acting, singing  and dancing, or for that matter what a photograph “says to you“. Most of you … Continue reading

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The World is a Photo (and vice versa)

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I imagine to many of you, it seems like I spend a little too much time analyzing photography. I mean, inside out, upside and down, haven’t you (you means me) got anything better to do?    That is a fair … Continue reading

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Expose Yourself in Your Images

No, I am not suggesting any self nudity in your photography. Hardly!! What I am suggesting is, whenever possible, make the images you want to make. Those that tell us who you are. Now if you are making images for … Continue reading

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