Still in the process of putting together your next lesson, but thought I’d throw in a quick reminder of the day while it’s in my head:
Anything that has nothing to do with elephants is irrelephant.
Have a good day!
Semi-pro photographer & musician.
Co-own a photo gallery with a digital photo-lab in a small tourist town, on an island in the Pacific NW of USA.
I also teach and ongoing series of workshops in photography, Photoshop and Apple computers.
I shoot mostly landscapes, in the mountains - Giving me a great excuse to go climb them. I also do a lot of fine art, macros and abstracts.
Of the Six-Million images or so you'll see in your lifetime, here are a couple of mine and how I made them so you can learn how to make your own
THAT MAGIC HOUR…
" ...It was a beautiful spot, with the sun going down and a full moon rising over the Coastal Range, and we sat for perhaps half an hour, waiting for that magical moment of dusk when cars photograph best. Photographers, like vampires and werewolves, don't really come alive until it's that time of evening when you should really be looking for the nearest inn. To normal people, this hour is also know as 'dinnertime'."
Peter Egan; Editor-at-large, Road & Track