I introduce my followers to one of my black and white photographs of an Agave plant, and write some thoughts about succulent plant photography in monochrome.
Peppers are fun to photograph and reveal interesting shapes when looked at from certain angles. In this post, I write about a few photos of these vegetables I have created, in black and white.
I show an image that I have recently uploaded to my Monterey Trees series. I also write a little about different papers I used for test printing.
The story of an iPad snapshot in Thailand, involving trespassing scientists, a gift of bananas, and a happy ending.
In this short tutorial, I show how I sharpened my images in my series “Dry Leaf” in Adobe Photoshop, using a non-destructive method, the High Pass filter.
In this post, I discuss some of the roadblocks I have encountered while working on my Winter Tulips series, and present the partial results of my efforts.
I introduce my new project, “Winter tulips”, write about working in series and projects, and show my set up.
Botanical photography is one of my passions and within this field I particularly enjoy photographing subjects that are past their Source “Oleander leaf, 2021” by Alessandra Chaves — FRAMES Magazine
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.