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Category Archives: B&W

Light Through The Window

When I critique, judge, or teach others one of the things I am always mentioning is how a viewers eye sees things. OneView full post »

Working A Scene, Step by visual step.

Let’s go through the thought process of working a scene. Here is the scene setter. The line of the parking lot,View full post »

Tree Line In Infrared

Continuing yesterdays theme the same tree line photographed in spring with infrared (Fuji XE1, 18-55IS, R72 filter)View full post »

A Winter Flash Back

A look back at images from a brief March snow storm. This post illustrates an answer I gave after recently judging aView full post »

The Fallen

Fallen Tree in Tyler State Park, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Fuji XE1, 18-55IS, R72 infrared filter.View full post »

Simple Places, Simple Subjects, Enhance Visual Skills

The above images are of subjects that are nothing special. But that is exactly the point I want to make for viewers withView full post »

More Trees

I have always loved photographing trees and they have been a common subject in my landscape images. Sometimes however itView full post »

One Tree, Two Views

The image below is the image I initially saw. But I’ve done the color sunset tree silhouette a ton of times. AndView full post »