Sharing a Photo in Honor of Earth Day

Today’s Earth Day. It seems like I was an avid landscape photographer before starting my blog and pushing myself to try new things, so I didn’t have any recent nature … Continue reading Sharing a Photo in Honor of Earth Day

Fishing boats in the Old Port

I lived in downtown Marseille for three months back in 1999. It’s a very old city, founded in 600 BC. I know this because there is a stone etched with … Continue reading Fishing boats in the Old Port

Model Train Photography

I have enjoyed taking my kids to the Hostler’s Model Railroad show in Ogden, Utah for the past few years. It’s an opportunity to check out some fascinating layouts, all … Continue reading Model Train Photography

Depth of field in food photography

My wife makes one delicious apple crisp. The recipe is simple, and with a few substitutions, it’s dairy free because my youngest son┬áhas a dairy allergy. I must note that … Continue reading Depth of field in food photography

UTA’s Trax in downtown Salt Lake

I’ve seen many shots where the moving subject is clear and crisp, and the non-moving objects around it are blurred. Well, this was one of my first attempts to take … Continue reading UTA’s Trax in downtown Salt Lake

Capturing the splash

I’ve seen a lot of photos of water splashes and thought, “why don’t I try?” So, here is one of the shots I ended up with after about two hours … Continue reading Capturing the splash

The mark of a Disney princess

If you’ve ever been to a Disney theme park, then you may have photos similar to the one I am sharing today. But the look on my son’s face is … Continue reading The mark of a Disney princess

Effect of glow stick lighting

My kids love having glow sticks with them when we go camping. My guess is that it provides them some comfort while sleeping in a vulnerable tent. For me, I … Continue reading Effect of glow stick lighting