I’ve enjoyed the challenge of taking something and trying to photograph it in something that will appeal to onlookers. While I enjoy making attempts at landscape photography, I’ve also given … Continue reading Inside a Gooseberry (a.k.a. Kiwi)
While working on a project in South Salt Lake for work, I continued up I-215 toward Parley’s Canyon for my lunch break to grab a few photos of what turned … Continue reading Panoramic Photo of Parley’s Canyon Entrance
While serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in southern France, I recall one Sunday at church when chatting with some of the members in … Continue reading A Beacon of Light and Hope in a Busy World
A little depth of field can help highlight a subject in a photo. I had a little fun bunching a package of colored pencils together and attacking them from the … Continue reading Photo of colored pencils using depth of field
It’s that time of year when afternoon thunderstorms are filling almost every day. I’ve usually been bummed out, wishing the lightning would wait a few more hours so it was … Continue reading Tips to photograph lightning in the daytime
Ever since my kids got window markers, our sliding glass door hasn’t been the same. The artwork is adorable, and there is plenty of it. So with this week’s WordPress … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background
I have been intrigued with macro photography for years, though I have never had enough mula to invest in the macro lens that I really want. So when I heard … Continue reading How to Shoot Macro With a 50mm f/1.8 Lens
One of the many photo challenges I follow, and have been pretty good at contributing regularly, had the letter W for last week’s challenge. Even though my last post was … Continue reading Food coloring and water – who knew?