Why High ISO Performance in a Camera is Meaningless to Me, And Probably Should be to You Too. Why is high ISO performance so important to so many photographers, many of whom will never need or use any of the higher ISO settings their camera offers? I belong to several photography related Facebook Groups and… Read More
Recently it’s been brought to my attention by a friend and fellow photographer that my photography has changed a bit. Not so much in what I photograph, I’m still primarily a landscape photographer, the difference my friend noticed was in what else I’ve been photographing. After talking about this a bit, and a quick scroll through… Read More
Washington Street Mill, Dover, New Hampshire.
Architecture Historic Scenic Forgotten
Lines Subtle, Leading, Gracefully Curved. Shapes, Patterns, Textures Obvious, Repetitive, Intricate.
Normally, there is only one source of illumination that matters to me as a photographer. (Hint: Rises in the East, sets in the West). Though occasionally I do rely on other, artificial, sources of illumination while making my photographs. Cocheco Mill, Dover, NH. “Night Glow” at the Pittsfield, NH Hot Air Balloon… Read More
Movement: The Camera. In both of these images the camera was moved during exposure. One was completely accidental, the other was created completely on purpose. Can you tell which was created on purpose, and which was the “accidental art”? Movement: The Subject, part 1 Generally, when I think of movement in one of my… Read More
…means I’ve been WAY too busy to get out with my camera! I have been a busy, busy boy the last few weeks, and that has left me with little time behind the lens. I think I’m going into withdrawals. I’m not complaining, but I do need a day out with my camera, and soon!… Read More
The post that almost wasn’t. I don’t know who comes up with the themes for these challenges, but this was another week that I had almost given up on. I was drawing a complete and total blank. But, I knew I had to have at least one “unfocused” photograph 😀 Soft and…Creepy? Spiders fascinate me, but… Read More