With blizzard winds howling outside and snow still falling, what better to do than work on flower pictures. Spring will be here soon. That is what I keep telling my wife, Judy.
A couple more shots from the Butterfly Place for your viewing enjoyment
Sometimes the whole feel of an image changes just by changing it from a vertical picture to a horizontal. Your thoughts?
Even though winter has just begun, I am sure everyone has thoughts of spring. So to help those along a couple of butterfly shots.
As the weather gets less inviting to outside to shoot, I am taking the time to go back to images I have not worked on. Here are two from past car shows.
Two shots of one of my favorite architectural subjects. One at night, the other day. Which do you prefer? Night or Day
A couple of shots from a recent car show.
I am taking a Fine Art Photography class. I am trying to use the ideas and concepts of this type of photography on these two images. Did I succeed? Do you like them?
The smells, sights, sounds, people and most especially the lights of the fair at night are the most interesting for creative photographs. Do you agree?
Taking a relook at some older photographs with a new eye.
Sometimes the full moon does not cooperate, so you need to improvise. here are two shots, long exposures, from last week at the Salem Maritime National Park in Salem, MA.
Reaching back in the archives to work on a shot. Do you like the color or Black & white version better? A different feeling in each.
A couple of shots from Fire Water in providence last night.A wonderful night on the rivers in providence with kayakers and canoeists paddleing the rivers with large illuminated choi attached to their boats and bonfires on the water.
This week I received word that these two of my images received high enough judges scores to be selected for the, PSA Photographic Society of America, 2014 International Exhibition at their National Convention this month.
Went into Salem to get some shots of the friendship and take advantage of a big full moon, but the clouds would not cooperate. They do however give an ominous feel to the scene. The second shot is of the Andrew Memorial Chapel here in Swampscott.
Sometimes you need to step outside the box or your comfort zone and try something a bit different or new. These are two shots taken at the recent Beverly Grand Prix bicycle race. I usually do not shoot sports and very rarely at slow shutter speeds. I was trying to capture the feel of motion and speed. Did I succeed? What have you done recently that is out of your comfort zone?
This angular view looking up at the Custom Tower and the peaceful image of the reflecting pond at the Christian Science Center are from an excursion into Boston late one afternoon.
I spent this past week working on some older images. What do you think?
Simply toys from days gone by can make striking images that bring back fond memories.