Category Archives: Art

Pause in the action

I know I said that I would be taking you on a tour of the Hickman Bridge Trail but I’m currently in the midst of editing photos from a fashion show I shot this past weekend so…… delay in the … Continue reading

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Sepia Sunset

Sometimes when reviewing your images from a shoot you get one (or a few, it happens) that you look at and go “ugh” and it gets the X mark for deletion.  Time has taught me that not every image is … Continue reading

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Triangle Frame

Sometimes you go looking for the shot and sometimes it comes to you.  We went birding yesterday, as that’s DH’s thing and he was past due on having a pick of where to go photographing, so off we went to … Continue reading

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Big Fun

It’s a three day weekend here as Monday is Memorial Day – the unofficial start of the season for grilling, eating out on patios, festivals, road trips and more as well as the end of school for many. Have fun … Continue reading

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The Milky Way and How to Shoot It

First, in order to get your photo as devoid of light pollution as possible from city lights, you need to find a dark(ish) area.  I learned that there are certified dark areas and maps to assist you in finding them.  One … Continue reading

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Gallery Show

Guess who has a photo in a local art gallery?  It’s called “The Great Portrait Show” and I have one piece in it.  It’s the photo of the blonde in the gold sequin dress to the left of the black … Continue reading

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Chinatown – The Bloody Angle

Deep in the heart of Chinatown lies a street with a very violent history which has garnered it the nickname of The Bloody Angle; the deadliest street in American history.  Doyers Street is a very short and narrow street bent … Continue reading

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