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Weekly Photo Challenge: A Tour Guide on Patrol with the Ducks

A few days ago I went looking for these guys: Only in real life, they looked like this: I was looking for them because week six on the Dogwood 52-week challenge is alternating rhythm, or to practice using light and dark to create depth and rhythm. Sunlight on the lake often creates harsh shadows which... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beloved

There is a story behind every photograph: In this case, it is a story of a young zebra napping near its mother: Then a car starts, and nap time is over: For this story, I have left the smaller images of the zebra composing himself in their original as-shot state. The two larger images I... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Variations on a Theme

One of my favorite things about photo editing is that is fairly easy to create many variations on a single photograph. When processing my photos I create many versions, saving various edits along the way. For example, I started with this photograph: Created many including these below: Before settling on this one: This final version... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Collage

The thing with photo editing is that there is a lot to be learned.  So much, that sometimes I forget how to do something that I have tried before.  When I saw collage as a theme for this week's photo challenge, I took the opportunity to make something a bit different than what I usually... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Repurpose

Occasionally, I'll take a photo that doesn't work out quite right. By occasionally I mean every time I take my camera out. Mostly this is because I'm a fan of trying different settings in the camera and framing what I am photographing in different ways. I think one of the big bonuses of using a... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Graceful

There are a lot of flowers in the house right now.  I enjoy all of them and love photographing them, but there is something about the rose that seems to embody grace: There is also something inherently graceful about a black and white photograph. I find that limiting the color palette is a form of simplicity... Continue Reading →

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