Tag: Black and white Photography
Wordless Wednesday – Agave Symmetry – #WordlessWednesday
Landscape or portrait orientation? On the art of procrastinating boring tasks
My weekended plan was to investigate Mailchimp, but I ended up spending all my time shooting Agave plants, then investigating how to best present its curve.
Valley oak in the Spring-the forgotten art of getting lost in the moment
Sometimes I just get lost in the moment with my camera.
￼The Dogwood flower season in Sacramento (California, USA)
Every April, photographers walk the streets of Sacramento, trespassing on people’s lawns and driveways, to capture the beautiful Dogwood flowers that grow in the city gardens.
Wide open spaces of the West in black and white
Come along with me for a walk in the pasture, along the nearly dry marsh, towards the mountains, and into the light.
Agave jab – succulent plant photography in black and white
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.
Fun with pepper photography in black and white
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.
Monterey Trees, part two- resilience
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.
Just a story from Thailand
The story of an iPad snapshot in Thailand, involving trespassing scientists, a gift of bananas, and a happy ending.