Motif #1. Reported to be “the most often painted building in America,” Motif #1 sits at the end of Bradley Wharf in Rockport, Massachusetts. Due to its popularity among painters and photographers alike, finding unique angles and compositions while photographing it can be a challenge. Make it your own. The most difficult part about… Read More
Not a week goes by that the topic of “Photoshopping” doesn’t come up in one of the photography groups I belong to on Facebook. No matter how often it’s brought up, or how the comment or question is phrased, there’s no mistaking the negative connotation behind it. “Photoshopping” is bad, or dishonest when it comes… Read More
A Place To Start. In landscape photography, forgetting to include a prominent foreground element can often make or break a photo. No matter how beautiful the scene in the distance is, if your foreground(or lack thereof) falls flat or lacks interest, often so to will the photograph. I look at the foreground as a place… Read More
In the Sunlight.
A Photograph Is A Dance With Light. The Light leads your every step.
“Drawing With Light” Photography is all about the light. No matter the subject, light is what makes a photograph. By using light you can create warmth. I rely on is the sun. The sun and the way its light warms the landscape during the Golden Hours at the beginning and end of each day. Light… Read More
The roots and the river bank called to me. We spoke of shadow and light.
Twisted wire. Textured in rust. Forgotten among the grass and leaves. Go HERE for more great textures.
I’m a photographer. If others are to be believed, a pretty decent one too. Though I still have my doubts. Yet I fell into photography completely by accident. Now I’ve sold quite a few prints, been published on a Nationally recognized children’s magazine, have my own website, a fan page, and of course, this blog.… Read More
The Insidious Photographer’s Ailment. When you look at a photograph what do you first see? Do you see a well composed photograph that perfectly captures the beauty of the scene, or do you see the slightly blown highlights in the water in an otherwise good image of a waterfall? Do you see a dramatic sunset with… Read More