Today I delivered my print for inclusion in the Michigan Artists’ show at the Kerrytown Concert House in celebration of the Leslie Science & Nature Center’s 30th anniversary.
Every so often something comes along to remind me of the folly of thinking that I might have figured how to fully develop my photographs into the prints I want to make. This is one example. I was reading about ways Impressionist painters used color, especially in the sky, »
There was a time when I was really concerned with detail, with sharpness, in my photographs. With my first digital camera, it didn’t have too many pixels, and I found that frustrating. Many years later I discovered the issue was really more with the software, and reworking those files »
Fall is coming to Black Pond woods. Admittedly, not that much yet. There are quite a few yellowed leaves on the floor. And it is even more difficult to see in the trees themselves. It’s most visible in some of the vines and especially in the sumac.»
I didn’t mean to do this, and it’s presumably unpredictable how it might work out. What I was really meaning to do was ask Lightroom to merge a couple of exposures, one for the highlights, one for the shadows, to produce a single image with good, complete dynamic range. “Photo Merge HDR” and »
A holiday weekend. Martin has come to visit. And he’s brought his camera! We decided Matthaei Botanical Gardens would be a good place to see. They had a great display of flowers at the gardens proper, but for some reason no»
Nowadays my photography so often seems so dependent on the tripod, and I’m accompanied by a bag of lenses, that I find it’s refreshing occasionally to just head off with camera in hand and the one lens that’s on the camera. There’s less “perfection” (you live in hope) and »