I was fortunate to be asked to spend time in Italy with a friend who owned a fabulous villa in a quaint hilltop town called Montefalco. From there we hired a car and took day trips to see the many ancient villages strategically perched on top of the hills. While one of my all time […]Read more "Hilltop Towns In Italy"
Another reason to celebrate with wonderful family and long time friends, to share some fabulous food in a gorgeous setting … and as usual, enjoying lots and lots of ridiculous laughter about the funny things we’ve done.Read more "Johns 70th Birthday"
I did a group of these business inspired self portraits in less than 10 minutes sitting on the floor in my home. The key ingredients are … to use a plain background, a sturdy tripod, a remote shutter switch (mine cost about $30 on ebay) and the best lighting you can find. In the background is my […]Read more "Self Portraits Are Easier Than You Think"
Some photographs just look so much better in a higher contrasting black and white. I’ve never developed my own film so I’m incredibly appreciative to have programs like photoshop and lightroom. I’m a bit of a spontaneous photographer, taking pictures when the mood strikes me. This means that I usually have to work with the available […]Read more "Favorite Black and White People Pics"
Whenever I take the camera out, I tend to gravitate towards flowers, grass, trees, gardens and nature for inspiration. Then when I go to post them on one of my photography websites, I display them in colours to gain maximum visual effect. These ones provide me with some bold yellows, greens and reds and were a […]Read more "Beautiful Parks And Gardens"
What can I say …? This lady (in her mid 50’s), may have once looked a little frumpy. But with some teasing of her hair, stripped down to the bare minimum and relaxed in her own bedroom, she started to come alive … and her magnificent inner spark, was captured in this image. “It makes […]Read more "The Woman In Red"