Yeah, I know I just wrote a whole big post about black and white photography and how awesome it is, but now I'm starting to crave color. It's the precursor to spring fever. Happens every year. I try not to let it get to me, but some days I just feel like these leaves -... Continue Reading →
I can't help it. Discouraged and in my weird place I still had the urge to go out after a storm and take pictures of my front garden. The process itself made me happy and that hasn't changed. I basically just walked the driveway and the shoveled path and used the legacy OM... Continue Reading →
Part of the joy of shooting in the winter in New England is dealing with the cold. Mostly it's just a matter of the right clothing, but a photographer lives and dies by her eyes and her hands and it's the hands that suffer most. I think I need to get some of those pocket... Continue Reading →
Stretch your creative side by picking up gear you seldom use. And again, the importance of looking back.
Even though I haven't been posting, I have been shooting. Went to a new location yesterday at dawn and I think I might go back soon as I have other things I want to try. Yeah, it's another river in winter, but the rough beauty of places like this just gets to me. The noise... Continue Reading →
I'm not a morning person, but for good light I can make exceptions. Yesterday we had fresh snow for the first time in a month and I just had to go out and play. It was wonderful. Crisp. Quiet. Shining. Here's how it went - Soft light brings out the sparkles in the snow -... Continue Reading →
A lot of the time I'm a spontaneous photographer. I walk around with my eyes open and take pictures of what I see. Some interpretation goes into it, but mostly I'm pretty literal and documentary. Until recently I didn't really envision what I want ahead of time and try to manipulate things to come together. ... Continue Reading →