Just what the title says.Continue reading →
Shape, light, tones, shadow: that’s all you need to render a scene.
Nobody said colour was mandatory for landscapes, or any other types of photography, for that matter.Continue reading →
August is one of those funny months.
It’s still most definitely summer, but the relentless heat and humidity of July starts to lose its edge. The A/C can take a rest, and sleeping with the windows open is a more-often-than-not proposition.
It’s still most definitely summer, but the laziness and the laissez-faire of those heady July days is now well in the past. A “new year” looms: back-to-school, back-to-work, back-to-reality.
Time to get serious. Time to eat as many meals outside before Mother Nature makes dining al fresco decidedly unpleasant.
I didn’t shoot much in August… got too busy with work, the Big C kept me closer to home than I liked and sapped some (most? all?) of my mojo. But I did shoot some. To paraphrase the great Jonas Rask, this is random at best.Continue reading →
In May 2017, I spent a few days in Philly on business. (Remember travel?) I had the good fortune to have a long distance to walk between my hotel and my customer’s offices every morning and eventing during this glorious spring week.
There’s a reason why I always travel with my “real” camera.Continue reading →
The nasty heatwave, that is. It rained last night, and there’s more to come later today. Phew!
One thing I like about early morning rain is what it leaves behind in the garden: beautiful water drops everywhere.Continue reading →