Weekly Photo Challenge: Repeating Patterns

Photo Street By Ponte Vecchio

This week's photo challenge is a compositional etude. Photograph Repeating Patterns I worked on this compositional technique a lot when I first started trying to improve my photography skills. My eye will see repeating patterns, but only if the are really obvious. Once I started looking for repeating patterns, though they seem to be everywhere!

To Compete or Not to Compete: A Photographer’s Dilemma

Flow and the Art of Photography. Flow is the theory of enjoyment. I'll talk about what aspects of flow theory are probably at work when you're really enjoying the experience of photography.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

Photo Layers

This week, the theme is to:
Photograph layers
Photographing layers this week initially gets me thinking macro - getting in close and really looking at the individual layers that makeup the whole. 

A Highway Runs Through It: Driving I-70

Photo Sun Peaks Through

In this post, I’ll review some of my favorite stops along I-70, but I also hope to inspire those of you making long road trips this summer to stop, detour, and generally enjoy the ride - Making the journey part of the destination.

Destination: College

Photo University at Night

Architecture photographers especially may find college campuses to be a great place to visit. Architecture on college campuses ranges from basic utilitarian to olde worlde Europe to modern --- sometimes all on the same campus or even the same building! Older universities mix modern with traditional so especially look for interesting juxtapositions. Interesting things happen on college campuses, so if you have your street photography shoes on, you might find an interesting photograph or two. This post talks about the ins-and-outs of touring and photographing on college campuses.

A Day at the Museum

Photo Looking at Contemporary Art

Visiting museums is often a part of the tourist experience – even if I’m only traveling down the road a bit. This article is about photographing in museums and other artistic spaces - making photographic art from the art of others.