“a good photograph is knowing where to stand” ~ Ansel Adams
I was asked for photographs for a large collage frame my daughter was hanging over her couch in their living room. The frame called for portrait format photographs. As we looked through the many photos I’ve taken, I realized that I very seldom take photographs in a portrait format. I am prone to taking photographs in a landscape format, I guess because it just looks more natural to my eye. Continue reading “landscape or portrait?”
“Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be.” ~ Wayne W. Dyer
Breathing comes natural to all of us, however slowing down to actually breathe is completely different than breathing to take in oxygen.
In today’s world life is busier than ever. We are bombarded with various types of social media, cell phones, text messages, our jobs and possibly parenting. I thought when my daughter was grown and I wasn’t taking her to and from places anymore, life would slow down. Not the case at all! Continue reading “Just Breathe . . .”
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” ~ George Eastman
This past week or so, the light on the east coast, particularly NJ, has been quite awful. There has been so much cloud cover, rain and a Nor’easter this past Friday. We are expecting to be hit with yet another Nor’easter this Wednesday. March has come in like a LION! Continue reading “Know Light . . . Know Photography”