Good Morning.. Eleven months ago – plus or minus – I posted I signed up for an online photography class with the New York Institute of Photography. In my more than a few years of college and the hundred’s of actual job assignments I’ve had to do since then, it[…]
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A few days ago, I mentioned that I was taking a Photography class and so far I have to say I’ve enjoyed it. It’s broken down into like six modules, and there’s like forty some “sub sections” in each module. That may sound like a lot, but you have to[…]
I hate school. However a few weeks ago I decided to go back to school. I decided to take a photography class from the New York Institute of Photography. This is a pretty big deal, and a pretty good chunk of change for me. However it’s something I’ve looked at[…]
How does it look – I don’t know – you be the judge. I do know I don’t trust my work so I put them in the most popular room of the house that’s frequented the most often throughout the day….
pretty basic pictures of some ice that had frozen on a rock outcropping behind my house where I was living at the time. I didn’t have Photoshop and Lightroom wasn’t even invented at the time yet
Oh yes it’s been awhile since I’ve written here but thought I’d give a quick update of some “goings ons“. When I was last doing this, I used Flickr a great deal. It’s a photograph hosting site by Yahoo. It was pretty much the first to take the world[…]
Is it alive?
Was it worthwhile?
or is it out there terrorizing the countryside.
I took an online photo class once. Of course I may as well say that “I wrestled a bear once” also, as the key word is “once”. One of my assignments was depth of field. The photo I have here is my so called homework. I called it “Candle Canundrum”.[…]
The Fisherman It has to be one of the worlds most favorite past times. It also has to be one of my most favorite photographs. The photo really has nothing to do with the post, as this is simply just an “update” post. I realize I haven’t really maintained this[…]