During a hike in Petrópolis, RJ, Brazil, I photographed the flower of a rare orchid, Worsleya rayneri.
I have been to the Marin Headlands a number of times, but last Saturday was the first time I found the conditions prime for a wide angle landscape.
I present the results of my photography project “folhas secas”: twelve black and white photographs of dry leaves are now on my portfolio.
This is a short tutorial showing four possible treatments of a photograph, using Photoshop and layers.
My Lee Polarizer filter fell in Taylor Creek last time I was out there. Lake Tahoe was very dry.
This is the fourth post about my project “Folhas Secas”. I talk about test printing my photos as a means to help me choose my “best work” to post on my online portfolio.
Today’s featured photograph is a seasonal still life celebrating the harvest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Long exposure photography on a foggy morning at the Marin Headlands. It is finally raining in the Central Valley of California!
I explain the basic differences in the leaves of tropical and Mediterranean-climate plants and show one of the sets-ups I use to photograph leaves when using artificial light.
Martis’ Creek Cabin near Tahoe last year was surrounded by yellow aspens and reminds me of the poem Autumn Day by Reiner Maria Rilke