Inspired by Harold Davis, I’ve begun to make photos of food items on a lightbox. My first images are encouraging me to continue using this technique. Here’s how I do it.
I’ve traveled quite a lot during my life. One of the places I’ve visited most often is Great Britain. Always cameras in hand, I’ve recorded many of the sights and scenes I’ve encountered. One of the most fascinating things for me are the churches. Great Britain has a rich array of them, many with longContinue reading “British Church Note Cards”
Although Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is best known for his classic The Little Prince, he authored other books that merit attention. One of these, Night Flight, also a classic, is set in the early years of airmail delivery connecting far-flung cities in South America with daily flights from Buenos Aires to France. Written in an eraContinue reading “A Lesson in Tough Love”
In photography, sharp focus is everything. Except when it isn’t. Read on.
It’s no secret that I read a lot of books in an attempt to enhance my skill as a photographer. Many of these have been written by Harold Davis, one of my favorite authors on things photographic. His latest volume, Creative Garden Photography, is one of his best, if not in fact the very bestContinue reading “Smell the Roses, Then Shoot Them”
For me, goal-setting is a time-honored tradition at the commencement of each new year. I intend to challenge myself to accomplish much this year. I do not intend to let Covid stop me.