Saturday, December 06, 2014

Featured on "Things Organized Neatly"

My tomatoes photo from last month was recently featured on Things Organized Neatly:

Right now, it has almost 2,300 notes! Check it out HERE.

Monday, December 01, 2014

Taking a Selfie in Space

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

From one of the founders of photography...

I have seized the light. I have arrested its flight.
- Louis Daguerre, 1839

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Ripening Tomatoes

A week ago, it started snowing here in Minnesota, and we've been in a deep freeze ever since. A few weeks before that, we picked all of the remaining green tomatoes from the plants in our veggie garden. Here's how some are ripening up:

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

How to be Happy with Your Photography

Mike Browne (photographer and educator) recently posted this video that discusses the topics of expectations, practice, and how to be happy with your photos. This has some good pointers for everyone, but especially students.

Direct link:

At the end, Browne sums up the 6-minute video in three points:

- Be honest with yourself about your abilities and skills as they are now. Invest in yourself to learn more/better techniques.

- Stop comparing your photos with the work of experienced photographers who are displaying the very pinnacle of their achievement. Give up the attachment of making stunning images (just for a while).

- Set tough goals, but make sure they’re appropriate for your skill level. Make sure to challenge yourself, but being able to cross off some goals will make you feel good about yourself and continue to make photos.

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Photography Flowchart: Should You Make That Photo?

CLICKittyCAT shared a helpful flowchart for photographers:

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Eastern Wahoo Leaves (Organized Neatly)

I had to "borrow" a few leaves from my neighbor's tree last week:

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Monday, October 20, 2014

Camera Tattoo

Thursday, October 02, 2014

This Morning's Harvest in Spectral Order

Our tiny 1.5' x 17' urban garden has done well this summer. (Here's an Instagram photo of our narrow garden from mid-August.) Now that it's October, it's slowing down a bit. Here's what I harvested with my son today:

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