Taking on a photo a day project is not for the faint of heart (or of shallow commitments). These are a few of the tips and experiences that I have to share having completed 1 year and half way through another.
Sometimes, the effort to make it look as though no work was done to an image, requires quite a lot of work.
Contemplation is of great importance if you want to do justice to the scene you are photographing. Too bad the need for speed often trumps contemplation.
It is better to have photographs (bad or good) than the regret of not stopping to take a photo when you should have.
My first real tutorial type post in which I process an image to reflect my vision and to outline the steps I took to achieve the look.
A very off topic (for me) post on sensible security for your online activity aimed at non-technical internet users (like my parents). No paranoia here, but there are steps you can take to avoid being easy prey. Have a look, you won’t be wasting your time.
(I can’t post to my blog without putting photos, so while the photos today are completely irrelevant to the post I must do as I must. As always, click on the photo to see it larger). I don’t write today…
Making drama out of an angst ridden toddler (or one who is just irritated with his doting father).
NOTE: This is republished from a note I posted on Facebook on May 20 (with minor edits here), before I started this blog. The picture on the right is a good one. No point in false modesty. It is good…
This is more of an anecdote than anything else, and just goes to demonstrate how much of a part luck or happenstance plays in getting a good photo, for me. I made an unusual move on a Sunday, going with…