“It’s pretty simple, really. Be decent, friendly, curious and respectful. Works most of the time.” — Joe McNally
“Ultimately, the goal in my work is to elicit emotion, be it wonderment, joy, silliness, happiness, solitude. I think because I shoot for feeling rather than just for a scene, perhaps that makes my vision of the world and thus my photography, different.” — Marianne Drenthe
“But sometimes, when all our energy goes into progress, acquisition, and productivity, it leaves a huge emptiness of the heart.” — John O’Donohue
Photoessays/Bodies of Work
– Photographs of childhood
– Marcia Resnick’s “Re-visions”: Concerns and fantasies of an adolescent girl
– Photographers comments on their favorites from The Americans
– 4 ways to remove a color cast
– How to fix oversaturated images Pretty technical, but interesting approach. Also some implications for processing BW images.
– How to get 1000 free brushes from Adobe if you are subscribed Also shows how to use the Library effectively
– Going back to re-photograph the same location can pay off
– Featuring Simon Baxter: Introverts and landscape photography
– Finding your camera’s shutter count
Images from a workshop in Cape May, NJ with Road Runner Photography Tours
Cape May Lighthouse at dawn from the end of Beach Ave, Cape May, NJ.
Sand fence on the beach.
Young woman with a casually elegant pose at Sunset Beach, Cape May.