Shadows and Light – Photo of the Week

In June, I discovered a great photo book dealing with shadows and light. While I have many books on photography, I usually use them for reference and rarely read one cover to cover. This book […]

Continue reading »

Levitation — Photo of the Week

My Photo of the Week this week deals with an adjustment of a photo using Photoshop. I learned about this technique in a YouTube video from Chelsea Northrup. A link to her video appears at […]

Continue reading »

Stock Photos – A New Feature

I have added a new feature to allow users to obtain stock photos. The gallery is located under the Photo Galleries tab on the main menu. Stock Photos are suitable for use on websites, social […]

Continue reading »

“John” – Photo of the Week

During my most recent photo walk, I encountered ‘John’, an interesting character sitting on a stool on the sidewalk. He was wearing a bright orange snowsuit and sporting a bushy beard on his grizzled face. […]

Continue reading »

Lake Bled at Sunset — Photo of the Week

I took this photo while we were waiting for our table at a restaurant in Bled, Slovenia. I was happy with the way the overhanging tree framed the island in the middle of the lake. […]

Continue reading »

Contrasts of the Street – Photo of the Week

This week, I am featuring a photo which has consistently ranked as one of my most-viewed photos. I call it Contrasts of the Street. As with many good street photos, this one came about almost […]

Continue reading »

Monochrome Trees – Photo of the Week

Photographers are always looking for interesting shots. Sometimes, that quest gets a little boost from challenges of other photographers. The Challenge Such was the case a few weeks ago when a group I’m in issued […]

Continue reading »

My Go-To Button — Back Button Focus

Nearly all modern DSLR cameras have numerous buttons. And normally, two or three of those buttons are programmable. Most of the time, I’m happy with the original setting. But there is one setting that I’ve […]

Continue reading »

My Workflow for Adobe Lightroom CC

In a previous post regarding the new Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, I said that I would share my personal workflow when importing photos into Lightroom. There are probably as many variations of workflow as there […]

Continue reading »

My Go-To Lens

For the photographer using a DSLR camera, the selection of a go-to lens is often more difficult than the selection of the camera body. But we know that choosing the right lens to match the […]

Continue reading »