NIK Collection

I have always wanted to own the complete NIK software collection. But the price was a bit more than I wanted to spend. Until now, at least for a short while, the entire collection is priced at $149!!! So, I couldn’t resistant longer. What I like about NIK software: easily accessible within Photoshop (off the […]

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Paragliding from National Geographic

Recently, a friend of mine sent me a link about the paragliding exploits of National Geographic photographer, George Steinmetz. The twenty minute story is amazing, and his captured images are wonderful to experience. The video can be found here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed it!

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Georgia Aquarium

Jayne and I recently visited our son in Atlanta. While there, we enjoyed the thrills at touring the largest aquarium in the world, the Georgia Aquarium. I felt like a child again as I experienced with frenzied joy the many underwater exhibits there. I brought my Canon 20D with 50mm f1.4 lens. I set it […]

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Santa Fe, NM

Visual Allegory

While building my latest series,¬†Dias de los Muertos, I discovered that what I enjoy doing most right now is visual allegory. An allegory is an extended metaphor, or a story with two meanings. One meaning is literal; and the other meaning is symbolic. An allegory involves using many interconnected symbols or visual actors in such […]

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Hartford, Connecticut

The Making Of 3.0

Sometime ago, I ran across an article written by photographer Jay Patel called Are you mobile friendly? In it there is a discussion about the future of website visitation. Your website is your storefront, so it makes sense that if you want to maximize the visitation of your storefront, you have to make that visit […]

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