Went over to my mothers this week and dropped off her Mother’s Day present. She was so excited to open her present. Believe it or not this Image is one of her favorite photos. Here is a photo of the image hanging on her living room wall. She placed it where everyone could see it when they walk in. I am so happy she loved it. Thank you to Robert Park and Daniel from Nevada Art Printers for making my mom’s Mother’s Day present such a hit.
Here is a picture of me holding my first canvas print. The image is titled Hidden fall. This is a Mother’s Day/birthday gift for my mom. I would like to thank Robert Park and the staff and Nevada or Printers for helping me get this Mother’s Day gift done so quickly. I can’t wait to seep the look on her face when she gets it.
Here is my first attempt at photographing
The Great White Throne located in Zion National Park ,Utah.
The Great White Throne is a highlight of Zion National Park, itself a world-class showplace of sandstone. The whole edifice consists of the Navajo Sandstone, one of the world’s largest sandstone bodies. One of the striking things about the Great White Throne is that while its top is white, its base is red. I hope you enjoy this image is much as I do.
One summer I was just hanging out at my dads cabin in Duck Creek Utah. It was such nice weather outside. We decided to open up the doors to the back deck and let the fresh air in. I decided to sit out on the deck with my camera. And see if I can get some interesting photos of birds eating from the feeders.
To my surprise here comes what I would call the worlds fattest bird walking across the deck and eating the bird food that the other birds are throwing out from the bird feeders.
To get this image I had to lay down on the deck nose to nose with the bird. Very happy with the shot that I got. The portal bird was so fat he couldn’t actually fly so he actually jumped down step-by-step off the stairs to get off the deck. I’m assuming that’s also how he got on the deck.
From the rivets in its beams to its glass elevators, the Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas encompasses the same i.e. ne sais quoi as its French counterpart. Located within the City of Las Vegas.
“Hidden Falls” I shot this image during one of my trips to New York city. This image is a combination of two shots. One exposed for the water fall and one for the rocks. This image is one of my favorites. Mostly because it took some effort in getting to the waterfall. Because you had to cross a bridge and hike through some very cold water. It also tested my skills with my camera . I was extremely pleased to see what I got after I was finished merging the two shots together. I think it’s one of my best images so far.
The Yellow Water-lily is an aquatic plant of the family Nymphaeaceae, native to temperate regions of Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia.
Chelsea with flowers Understanding of how photography can be used by blind people. Blind photography “I think, for me, photography means that I can pause the World around me so I can get a better view. Some key questions people tend to ask me are. What does art mean to me? The best way I can describe it is this saying I found. “Art is not the medium, and art is not the execution; art is the idea.”While this opinion is debatable, it’s one with which I happen to agree with and one that blind photography supports. Where do I find art? Art is every where and all you have to do is look. With the right amount of inspiration and ideas you can make art out of anything. Where do I find inspiration? I find inspiration in! The majestic mountain sides. The animal that stops and looks at you…
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Over the years I have used several different kinds of cameras. One was a pinhole camera. Even though I believe I got a few great shots. That style of camera just was not me.Here are three images from the pinhole camera. Emerald Springs Here is a little bit on what a pinhole camera is. A pinhole camera, a variation of Camera obscura, is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture, a pinhole – effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through this single point and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box. Exposures can typically range from five seconds up to as much as several hours. The effect was noted in the 5th century BC in China and has been refined over the centuries.The camera is completely dark on all the other sides of the box including the side where the point is created. This part is usually painted black, but black boxes are also used for this purpose. There is also a thin screen which looks like a projector sheet, and is put in between the dark side adjacent to the pinhole. Up to a certain point, the smaller the hole, the sharper the image, but the dimmer the projected image. Optimally, the size of the aperture should be 1/100 or less of the distance between it and the projected image. Because a pinhole camera requires a lengthy exposure, its shutter may be manually operated, as with a flap made of light-proof material to cover and uncover the pinhole. Typical exposures range from five seconds to several hours. A common use of the pinhole camera is to capture the movement of the sun over a long period of time. This type of photography is called solargraphy.
While I was exploring Saguaro National Park I came across this beautiful cactus flower. I was filled with inspiration. Of course I had to take several shots before I got the one I liked. After spending the rest of the day photographing the park. We got back to the campsite and spent a little time reviewing our images. After seeing this particular image it dawned on me we would also work as a great black-and-white. But wasn’t able to really work it up until I got home and really be able to work some magic. Here are the two images I came up with just from one. Believe it or not they look so much different from each other. I am quite please with the results. I’m not sure which one I like better. They both speak to me in there own ways. The color image of the cactus is vibrant and full of color. The black-and-white is a simple but elegant shot and extremely classic in its own way.