You don't always have to set the color sliders to 11. With a little care you can make a subtle landscape interesting and dramatic.
February, being cold, blizzardy, snowy and miserable I didn't get out much. March is different. I've been out a couple of times and look what I saw - Sunlight in the snowy forest can take on so many aspects. Shadows on smooth snow is one of the best though. This one is from the Pulpit... Continue Reading →
Another reason I'm fascinated with Indian Pipe wildflowers is because they over-winter and I can photograph them in January!
Fall is one of the most productive...well, if I can call it that, times for me as a photographer. There are so many things that catch my eye and the season is so volatile that there is a surprise almost every day. Here's a few of my favorite catches. Early in October things are still... Continue Reading →
An online photographer friend said that he doesn't do much black and white landscape work because he feels he needs the color to be there because it was there. I agree with him up to a point. No, I'm no Ansel Adams, but I do like how a black and white photograph can work when... Continue Reading →