Digital Art – Photoshop Artistry

Ever notice how many most photographs start to look the same after a while I mean, how many photos of flowers have you seen? How many butterflies? How many interchangeable landscapes? How many near-identical “street photos? With so many photographers out there, and with great cameras and editing software becoming more and more popular, the whole field of photography sometimes feels as if it’s becoming repetitive in the extreme. At worst, so much out there just feels … trivial or Continue reading Digital Art – Photoshop Artistry

Missing in Action

I think that describes how I feel, it is like my life has been ripped out from under me and I have been transported to a new house and a new life. A life that revolves around cancer. My husband has a rare form of Leukemia which there is no cure for, but, they give you chemo in the hope that it will prolong your life….but at what cost…. every 28 days we start anew chemo round of two injections Continue reading Missing in Action

What do you want?

Memories

Hi, I wanted to ask my subscribers what they like best. Do you like straight up photos, do you prefer art, do you like digital compositions. I would love you to answer and I will give you some examples to chose from. Which of the two below would you want if you were purchasing an image? Please reply in the comments or email me. I really value your feedback.

Great course at 50% OFF, be quick so you don’t miss out.

This is a letter from David Peterson letting me know of a great discount on his course. It is such a great offer for beginner or intermediate photographers that I wanted to pass the opportunity onto all of you. David is the owner and creator of digital-photo-secrets and “The Dash” program. I would encourage anyone who wants to learn more and do it at there own pace to have a look at this video series. Here is the letter: Hi, Continue reading Great course at 50% OFF, be quick so you don’t miss out.

15 Tips For Better Photography

If you’re just starting out, here are 15 important tips for getting better photos, every time. Keep an eye on the weather Weather conditions can play a big part in setting the mood of your shot. Rather than waiting for the bright light of the midday sun, a misty morning in a forest can be the perfect time of day for that mood-shot. Take your time to choose the subject Take your time to choose the subject, then spend time Continue reading 15 Tips For Better Photography