I ventured over to Coronado Island the other night while here in San Diego for my family’s Spring Break. I didn’t know where to shoot from, but in my scouting I came across this neat little park that seemed to be in line with the path of the moon’s rise and the skyline. (Click to […]
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When August rolls around, and the dog-days of summer are upon us, my thoughts turn towards Sunflowers. Next to Tulips (in May) and Columbines (in July), these are my favorite flowers. Are there any Colorado #photogs here that have leads on Sunflower fields in the northern Colorado area? Anyone interested in hunting for them? I […]
Here’s a quick post on an image I took this past Saturday up in the White RIver National Forest — basically the area to the north of Vail, Colorado. This flower is a Columbine, the State Flower of Colorado.
I spent some time in the studio this weekend, shooting a few different cut flower subjects and experimenting with a couple sheets of Plexiglass for different affects. I bought a sheet of white and a sheet of black Plexiglass and using my studio lights and a few foam core backdrops, I came up with the […]
Here’s another image from the Worldwide Photowalk back in July. I liked the simplicity of the composition, the busy bee on the flower and the clean background. Great soft lighting too!
Looks like this is going to be a great weekend!
With all the recent rains, my grass is looking great! But so too are these nasty little weeds. This is about the only useful thing to do with these weeds. Then I’m off to fertilize and conquer them! :)
Below is the same Tulip, shot out on the Pearl Street Mall, but using two different backdrops. It’s very handy bringing along a black drop clothe on these shoots! But I think I found the perfect backdrop for the all natural first image. I can’t decide which background I like better. The first image’s natural […]