Monday Missive — June 27, 2016


The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” – William Arthur Ward

I often think of my work as visual haiku. It is an attempt to evoke and suggest through as few elements as possible rather than to describe with tremendous detail.” – Michael Kenna

When you are completely caught up in something, you become oblivious to things around you, or to the passage of time. It is this absorption in what you are doing that frees your unconscious and releases your creative imagination.” – Rollo May

– Making Long Exposures
– For the Dog Lovers Among Us I really enjoyed this one.
– Shadow and Light as a Composition Tool
– Curves and Levels with Masks for local adjustments
– Up and Coming Minimalist Israeli Photographer
– Long Exposure Workflow

Hoen Lithograph building, with a bit of atmosphere added.

Hoen Lithograph building, with a bit of atmosphere added.

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