Category: Fall

A Finer Clarity

Adobe Photoshop CS6 has been platform for creating, or perhaps better stated, re-creating High Dynamic Range (HDR) images from RAW files that had been used with NiK Software’s HDR Efex Pro. The process is new with a different sequence of steps – using Adobe… Continue Reading “A Finer Clarity”

Realizing Their Dream

‘Come along, let’s do this’ – these words feature in the immensity that has been 2014. That there is room to help, here, or room to contribute there – the reality has been that others have had dreams to fulfill and realize, and, it… Continue Reading “Realizing Their Dream”

Time Out (in the Brubeck sense)

Taking time-out in the Brubeck sense, there being too much to do, having completed one huge step along a bigger task, clearing my head with photography before tackling the next huge step. This image is taken on a stretch of road behind the highway… Continue Reading “Time Out (in the Brubeck sense)”

Coloured Desaturation

Looking through this past month’s photos the desaturation of the earth’s foliage draws my eye, Life ebbing away or perhaps about to draw into dormancy under the covers with snow’s blanket. Fields have been shorn, leaving behind uniform lines of a seed drill’s patterned… Continue Reading “Coloured Desaturation”

Shape Sense – Light & Shadow

It’s cold this morning. At -26C, the conundrum is how to deal with my camera (battery-life) and tripod (breakable at colder temperatures). Warmly cloaked, as I trek round my morning’s 6km circuit, I’m resigned to using the walk to scout out pictures. Throughout, I’m… Continue Reading “Shape Sense – Light & Shadow”

Autumn Gold

An autumn memory, a gift to view as we move into snow and extreme sub-zero temperature – nature’s architecture providing visual articulation of golds on black at harvest. Quote to Inspire – “Photographs are a way of imprisoning reality …. One can’t possess reality,… Continue Reading “Autumn Gold”

Homestead Music

My wife points us to music tonight. At day’s end she’s responding to both of us, each a vortex of thoughts, moving, tumbling, clustering, dot-to-dot, aiming toward productive, tangible result – saturated with the day, not here, not in the now, needing to release… Continue Reading “Homestead Music”

Blessing – For the Traveler

Every time you leave home, Another road takes you Into a world you were never in. New strangers on other paths await. New places that have never seen you Will startle a little a your entry. Old places that know you well Will pretend… Continue Reading “Blessing – For the Traveler”

Walking Within

Gardner Hamilton was interviewed by Edmonton photographers Carey Nash and Kelly Redinger, who have created the ‘Lonely Photographers’ podcast. While talking essentially about street photography, Gardner provided distillation about what photography is and about the key attribute making one a photographer – a [photographer]… Continue Reading “Walking Within”

Water Lens

Last Saturday with conference concluded in Kananaskis, Alberta, I made myself stop, turn around and return to this mountain creek for an hour’s look through my camera lens. While capturing the blur of bubbling, gurgling, running water as it fell over these rocks was… Continue Reading “Water Lens”

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