Last weekend, while Jules was presenting at a conference, I got to wander around downtown Monterey. (I ended up shooting the presentation, but that’s a different story)
#projectfilm goes Macro, Part II
Wow, I REALLY like this lens.
If you have read my blog for any period of time over the past year, you can probably surmise that I love to take nature shots, specifically flowers. I truly enjoy capturing the delicate beauty that nature has created close up with my 60MM Macro lens. Last week, I bought Jules some flowers that were…
My PicTrip to Sherwood Gardens
Last weekend’s great weather gave Jules and I a chance to visit the most famous tulip garden in America, Sherwood Gardens . Sherwood Gardens was created in 1920 by John Sherwood, who was a conservationist and flower fan. Located within the Baltimore City Limits, Sherwood Gardens was a quick drive from our house in Federal Hill and…
The Power of Flower(s)
Let’s face it, I’m a sucker for flower photos. So naturally during the first weekend of Spring I was running around with my camera capturing the daffodils in bloom. Below is what came out of my PicTrip- to see more check out my Baltimore Flickr Set.
Project Art December 13th 2010
Welcome to this week’s edition of Project Art! In light of the current cold freeze that is gripping Maryland, I will be showcasing flower photos this week. Ever since I started working on my photography in college (mainly for backgrounds on my computer at the time) I have always enjoyed Macro photos of flowers. Flowers…
Project Art: November 22nd 2010
Welcome to this week’s edition of Project Art! Since purchasing a Canon Megazoom PowerShot SX130 IS camera, I have taken many more photos than normal. It is amazing the difference having a improved camera sensor can have on pictures! Below are a few of my favorite shots taken over the last couple of weeks. This…