This evening I did the unthinkable. I played with filters in Photoshop. I am a purist – I photograph to capture what I see without extreme manipulation – and I consider that artful enough. But today, I decided to explore … Continue reading Filters
This weekend I had the opportunity to visit a new-to-me park: Randol Mill Park in Arlington, TX. Here are some highlights. This fence with graffiti on the walls was calling my name. But then I looked down and noticed wildflowers … Continue reading Multiple Perspectives
All I could think about today was coming home and playing in my photography studio. But by the time I got home, the day had been a mixed bag of news. Maybe I’d just go to bed? But I couldn’t. … Continue reading Every cloud has a silver lining
While the best part of Spring at the Dallas Arboretum are the fresh daffodils and tulips I feel a responsibility to photograph the unsung heroes in the garden. The blooms that are withered and spent have beauty too! I was so … Continue reading Pretty withered
I figured I could do a blog post on cars. Then another blog post on flowers. But then I thought I could unite the two themes in one blog with a color theme. And what better color to unite than … Continue reading Cars, flowers and the color blue!
Towards the end of my visit at the Dallas Arboretum I dawdled by taking photos of some potted plants near the exit. I’m glad I did. Take a look… Image above: f/5.6 1/50 sec ISO: 320 Image above: ISO: 640 … Continue reading Spring at the Arboretum: Purple!
“What car do you currently drive?” asked the Enterprise employee. Denise: “A Hyundai Sonata. I’m fine with a small rental car.” Enterprise employee: “I can get you in a Dodge Charger.” I thought she was joking but I turned around … Continue reading Carpe diem! Drive the Dodge Charger! Buy the Boots!
It was Christmas Eve and I decided to wander around with my camera for unusual photos. There were plenty of opportunities to explore. I wandered around with a grin on my face – my eyes wide with wonder. I was … Continue reading Chairs & Clothespins: A photographer’s delight
While admiring the shoes at DSW I thought how fun it would be to photograph them! My friend Kristin and I took photos with our camera phones but it’s not the same. Fortunately, I found some shoes I had to … Continue reading New Shoes!