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The Evolution of an Image

The Evolution of an Image

I thought I’d show the evolution of an image today. Everything from the initial capture to my post-processing workflow to complete it. The image itself is just a snapshot, but it was a good subject for this kind of discussion. That’s because we see things differently than our cameras. Those devices simply cannot compete with […]

Cuban Cars in Havana

Cuban Cars in Havana

Many people dream of the classic American cars still on the roads in Cuba. I can’t say that it was much of a draw for me, as I’m just not a car guy.  Being there gave me an entirely different perspective, though.  These are no longer classic American cars. They’re now entirely Cuban cars, forged […]

Disney Wild Africa Trek

Disney Wild Africa Trek

For some of us, wildlife photography just means a trip to the zoo. It’s understandable. Not everyone can wade into the woods or head off to Africa on a photo safari. We make the most of what’s feasible. I had a chance last weekend to do just that at the Disney Wild Africa Trek in […]

Perception vs Reality

Perception vs Reality

It happened again. Some people who work with me discovered that I’m into photography. All of the usual questions came out as they started flipping through my photos. Once again, I found myself trying deal with perception vs reality. Here’s how that usually works.

Spaceship Earth: Variations On A Theme

Spaceship Earth

Spaceship Earth inside of Epcot is a bit unique compared to the other centerpiece structures at Walt Disney World parks. It’s the first major element you see when you enter and the last you see when you leave the park. It commands your attention with its size and shape. Therefore, it must be photographed.

Street Photography In Cuba

Street Photography In Cuba

I’m still spending time reviewing images from my street photography in Cuba. It’s still a bit difficult for me to put my finger on what makes good street photography, but I think this photo says more about a day in the life in Havana than I could ever write.