Monthly Archives: November 2012

Point of Light + Winter Ice & Winter Birds

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I write a lot about using shadows in naturescapes and macros.  They not only make images pop, but they separate areas of a photograph and often provide visual tension and even a sense of mystery.   The images that I normally … Continue reading

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San Xavier Mission

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I first visited the beautiful San Xavier Mission Historic Site somewhere around 1984.  My mother had passed away and I was looking for a place where my father and I could travel and enjoy both nature and human history.  He … Continue reading

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Birds

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Sometimes I just just feel like sharing photos of a subject that I care deeply about.  Birds certainly fit that criteria. I hope you enjoy the images. A study in elegance….the male Northern Pintail I think the male Red-winged Blackbird is … Continue reading

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Another Hand of Man

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No award winners today, but they all help illustrate certain photographic philosophies. When I write articles about using software to control, alter, or enhance images, much of it will be 101 to many who read this blog.  In fact much of the … Continue reading

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Three Ways To Tell A Story + Is It Spring Yet?

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I love frame filling images of fall color.  Give me the soft light of overcast and an early autumn day filled with multiple colors, and I think I can make a strong statement about one of photography’s greatest seasons.Wisconsin’s Chequamegan … Continue reading

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This, That & The Other Thing

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When I write about photographing old buildings, I rarely mention photography of the interiors of those buildings.  They all have an inside and I would suggest if you have the opportunity to make pictures there, take it. When your interior has … Continue reading

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Wind Point Light

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I couldn’t begin to estimate just how many pictures I have made of Wind Point Lighthouse.  The first Wind Point Light was built along the shores Lake Michigan north of Racine, Wisconsin in 1840.  That lighthouse, then called North Point … Continue reading

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