One of the things I really enjoy is taking an image that’s missing something, or has too much of something, or has been damaged in some way, and either repairing, or, where possible, making a better photo out of it.
Until recently, I haven’t really had much access to a decent studio. However, as of about four months ago, I started renting a space in which to shoot the occasional portrait (and artistic nudes, about which more in another post).
Living in Fresno, California – and before that Hanford, California – for most of my life, I can’t miss the importance of agriculture. The closest I ever came to direct exposure to the farm life was picking, and turning, grapes as a teenager. (When I lived … Continue readingAgricultural Landscapes
One of my favorite types of photography is the Landscape. For me, shooting landscapes is a time of quiet concentration.
I really need to blog more, or faster. Before I could get a post up about my second day of vacation, I find that I need to take an “Interlude” here to tell you about last week’s ArtHop™!