Monthly Archive: October, 2010

Not My Design

 

Landscape Blur Assignment

Living Granite Basin

    I snuck away from the school just a few minutes early and began mentally packing gear as I cruised home on my bike. The turnaround time there was short because Corey… Continue reading

See the Spectacle

As a photographer of natural beauty and God’s creation, I know that many times a camera can get in the way. It can interrupt the connection between my subject and myself. If that… Continue reading

Eyes Open

On their way out the door yesterday, I told one of my photography classes to be looking for “shape” and “negative space” for the rest of the day. Of course they wanted to… Continue reading

A Second Try

A little over a year ago, my attempts to combat the remarkably high contrast within this very softly lit scene were hampered by my propensity to develop predominantly brighter images and my tendency… Continue reading