We're right in the midst of the holidays for many folks. Many of us have traveled to see family or have extended family visiting. This week, the challenge is to: Photograph Holiday Traditions
This article continues my series exploring characteristics of Zen Photography. I outlined 9 Characteristics of Zen Photography in a previous article. This article explores ways in which a Zen Photographer is intuitive. A Zen Photographer balances technique with art. There is a time to practice and a time to turn off the brain and enjoy the world.
I just returned from a week of photographing wild* horses in Missouri Ozarks - yes, there are! - so as I was standing in a field for four hours yesterday I decided that this week the theme is to:
Photograph Four-legged Friends
It doesn't matter if you're photographing domestically or in the wild....
Weekly Photo Challenge: Drops of Water
It’s raining as I write making this week’s challenge particularly apt.
This week, the theme is to:
Photograph Drops of Water
As I look out the window, there are drops of water dripping from the leaves which are just turning color for the autumn. If I'm lucky, the sun will come out soon and I’ll get a little sparkle
This week I interviewed professional photo retoucher Rebecca Manson about the art of retouching. We also talked about her own photography and how her volunteer work in natural disaster areas such as Iwate, Japan after the 2011 tsunami led to her enlisting an army of volunteers to help rescue and clean precious photos and family… Continue reading Interview with Rebecca Manson: The Art & Heart of Retouching