While teaching a student some of the basics of photographing flowing water at a nearby fountain, I broke away from the student and the instructor – a friend of mine, Joe Inzalaco – to observe some of the other nearby sites and activities. I had noticed there was a small festival going on nearby Clinton… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: August 2011
Over the course of the summer I took numerous trips to some rather breathtaking natural spots. One of those just happened to be the Buttermilk Falls down in Ithaca, New York. Now, Ithaca is known for numerous waterfalls. But this one was packed with so many sites, I did not have time to visit any… Read more »
Just as much as I believe in serious photography work, I also believe in the light-hearted approach to photography. Therefore, I thought I would share some camera humour. I found this video off my twitter feed. I thought it was fun and I hope you enjoy it as well.
Flamenco, the popular Spanish dance with its very energetic and graceful moves is also the Spanish word for Flamingo; And, that is the name of my latest image – Flamenco. Although I don’t focus on the energy of the flamingoes in this shot, I do focus on capturing their gracefulness especially with the one in… Read more »
A friend once asked me, “Do you want to become good in photography?; Take 10,000 photos!” I am guessing by photo 10,001 I would have taken so many photos that I would have started developing my own unique style and would have learned how to deal with different types of conditions. Well, I don’t think… Read more »