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.
My first steps working on the project “Folhas Secas” included defining my vision, laying out a set of guidelines to work with, taking test shots, and finding a logical way to organize them.
I am looking forward to the Art Farm Gala on October 16, 2021, where I hope to have a piece sold off.
While in Brazil, I started a project photographing decaying leaves, which I will continue to execute and talk about in future posts.
I give a brief introduction to the Frames Photography app, a link to download it, and show two photographs I have recently submitted.
This post is about a black and white landscape taken from Morro do Bonet, Rocio, RJ, Brazil, a view often dominated by fog.
This post is about Maria Comprida, a mountain peak that dominates the landscape view from Itaipava (Petrópolis, Brazil), and which is a good subject for black and white photography.
One of my favorite trees for photography in the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil is the Embaúba (Cecropia). In this post I talk about this leaf and give tips on how to photograph it.
A somewhat late welcome to the most depressing time in California, Fire Season. Today we finally got our first “fire sky” here in the Central Valley. The sun peeps through a dense layer of smoke and throws a beautiful, golden light on things. From a photographer’s point of view, there is no better light. From theContinue reading “California Dreaming”
This year I decided to celebrate the sunflower season with a digital art portraying the sequencial wilting of a sunflower. I combined several pictures into one using photoshop layers then I added a stone texture.