To get a fresh look at this tulip, I got very close and eliminated the classic tulip outline. That lets me celebrate the color and subtle edges inside.
In searching for the most compelling landscape photographs, often I try to find unique locations that have a broad view or perspective and combine that composition with dramatic light. If I’m successful, then the resulting image conveys a sense of awe. In a 2012 study published in Psychological Science, Melanie Rudd, et. al., concluded that… Read More
Kevin is shooting in the Eagle’s Nest Wilderness, near Silverthorne, Colorado. Yesterday he had an enjoyable experience with Mountain Goats! After hiking up into the backcountry to Upper Willow Lake, he heard a strange whining sound. Suddenly a small herd of Mountain Goats came running towards him, up to just about three feet away. He… Read More
Behind the Lens: The gentle swell of the land is revealed by the curve in the low stone fence. Backlighting from the morning sun gives it a feeling of hope as seen above in Rock Wall Salt Marsh Panorama_3642.
What makes a successful photograph? Ask any professional fine art photographer that question, and you’ll get a different answer every time. After many years of making LOTS of bad photographs, and a few that work, I’ve given this question much thought. Here’s my answer today, but stay tuned…. art & the world are always changing… Read More