It is better to have photographs (bad or good) than the regret of not stopping to take a photo when you should have.
Last July (2010) a bunch of us decided to take a hike to Kaieteur Falls. It was a fantastic trip which I hope to repeat (after losing 30 pounds or so). Read about it and check out the photos.
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.
I was inspired to try film photography in 2011 as I was looking for a new challenge having just concluded my 2010 photo a day challenge. I try to recount my motivation, and what I have learned to date.
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.
Ranting again (yes I know, sorry I can’t help it) on the subject of edited/processed photos. This time a different (insignificant) event has set me off 🙂
A brief look at my experiences with focus stacking.
My experiences submitting images to the Pentax Photo Gallery and why I think it is a valuable experience to have your images peer reviewed.
Wordpress kindly provided a statistical overview of my blog (at its previous location).
This is not a synopsis of the lessons I’ve learned, but a summary of what I’ve gained at the end of my daily photo project for the year 2010.