Of little surprise is my affinity of photographing old buildings, especially barns. I love the form, function and character of these amazing structures. They all seem to have their own story to tell. And this set occurred during a rainy, wet, Pacific Northwest day. Perfect for black and white.Read More
This is a topic that comes up now and again on forums and social media and it can become a heated debate. This post is my thoughts on this issue, but first a little background...Read More
A quick update now that I've started down a path that doesn't include social media. But first a couple of film images that are just coming off the scanner.Read More
Time is a most precious resource. That's pretty obvious, but sometimes the obvious has a way of hiding in plain sight. Over the past 5 years that I've participated in Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & 500px I've create 10s of thousands of posts and ...Read More
So I've now shot 50 rolls of film since I dove back down that amazing photography rabbit hole so I wanted to share a few thoughts. In no particular order here we go.Read More
The other day I stumble on article titled "Do Your Pictures Need Botox?" and it contained what I thought was a great quote:
Using Lightroom is like putting on makeup. A little accent here or there, but no major changes. Using Photoshop is like giving your picture plastic surgery. If it needs that much work, the picture is probably junk anyway.
And I think when it comes right down to it, folks know that making a digital image in Photoshop is a lot easier than capturing a compelling image in the field...Read More