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Door and bucket, China Poland Gold Mine, Okanogan County, Washington. Continue reading
Posted 17 hours ago at The Daily Photograph
The Good News is that your photographic exhibits on the web are on permanent display, available to people all over the world at any time; and forever. It’s truly a powerful medium for sharing your images with the entire world. If you don’t like something, find it embarrassing; or have... Continue reading
From the By the River Folio. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at The Daily Photograph
Dresser at the Ansorge Hotel. More like this photograph in the Ansorge Hotel Reflections folio. Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at The Daily Photograph
Small Church near Curlew, Washington. Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Daily Photograph
As long as we’re talking about sometimes you have just let that project go, I always remember this story: Being asked to present your photographs at a workshop is a pretty high honor for the non-professional artist/photographer. This type of invitation is a real boost to the ego and the... Continue reading
Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument. Crow Agency, Montana. Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at The Daily Photograph
Here is another thought or two on Procrastinating Perfectionism to help you get by that fear of completing the project. There are times when good enough has to be good enough because no one can produce anything that’s perfect. Sometimes you just have to let go and send that project... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2020 at Postcards from the Creative Journey
This is one of my favorite Labyrinth images. What I like about this one is the left two thirds of the photograph is the same doorway photographed from two different angles. That is what made the indistinguishable blending of the two frames possible. Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2020 at The Daily Photograph
I never even saw the bird in the sky until I got home and looked at a full size image on my computer. Even then I thought it was a defect on the sensor. Then I looked again. Everything in photography is a combination of skill and luck. Skill got... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2020 at The Daily Photograph
I would suggest there are two basic types of photographic vision. One type is a vision that is based on what your eyes see. The other type of vision is based on what your mind sees. The question is, do you photograph what your eye sees or do you photograph... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2020 at Postcards from the Creative Journey
Boy, that’s not a real encouraging introduction, is it? But it’s something we have to deal with as artists. We can get really comfortable with a project or image or most any activity we need to complete. You know there will be joy and happiness when you complete your porject,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2020 at Postcards from the Creative Journey