You say tomatoe…

August 27, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
Everyone has an opinion. I don’t know if it’s an American thing, or a guy thing, or a human thing, but if you give someone two of anything, they’re bound to like one of them better. When it comes to photographs, most people can give you very specific reasons why they like one picture over another. I myself find that to be a very good thing. Of cou...
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Slow down…you move too fast…

July 29, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
One of the things that photography has taught me something about is patience. Like many people these days, I tend to want instant gratification. That’s one of the reasons that I enjoy using a digital camera so much. I can see in an instant just what kind of image I’ve captured. That’s a far cry from my fim photography of the past. I’ve been known t...
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The “eyes” have it…

July 19, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
The eyes are the windows to the soul… That quote may be older than dirt, but it remains as true today as it was when it was first uttered. Eyes are bright and shiny, colorful and ever changing, complicated yet so simple. They are fun to photograph, and can be comical, loving, happy, sad, bored, distraught, thoughtful, or any of another million emo...
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Equipment matters…NOT!

July 13, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
Now don’t get me wrong, I love my newest camera. I purchased a Nikon D7000 a few months ago, and I’m having a lot of fun playing with it (although it will do so many things that I’m often afraid I’ll try to finesse the settings too much and miss a shot that I’d have had more easily with my D40x)! It’s a great camera. But the photograph that I lik...
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How in the world did I wind up with more lenses than toes?

July 10, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
This is how I began the process of becoming (at least in my own mind) a photographer… Waiting to race A few years ago, I dropped my son off at the University of Vermont as a newly minted freshman. There is no question that I was a touch worried about him at the time. He grew up in a town with a total population less than the undergraduate enrol...
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