Archive for July, 2008

Farm patterns

31Jul08

Last two shots from my visit to Helvetia last Saturday. Helvetia is predominantly farmland, and I had the chance to explore some patterns on the farms. These two caught my eye because of the curves in the pattern that I find interesting. Both images lead the eye into the picture at the bottom and out […]


National Geographic has a photo essay by George Steinmetz on Bolivia and the Altiplano, and the photos are breathtaking. While there are many spectacular ones, like the first photo of flamingos (oh so sharp and clear!), the one that stood out the most for me is the photo of the shadow of Sajama, the highest […]


In celebration of Scott Kelby’s new Lightroom 2 book that coincides with the release of Adobe Lightroom 2, Scott is holding a world wide photo walk on August 23, Saturday. The idea is to have a social event of 50 photographers per city led by a pro photographer, like Scott Kelby himself, shooting for 2 […]


My new camera arrived today, but it wasn’t without incident. Firstly, UPS required a signature release, so I had to drive a half hour after work to pick it up. Next, the camera didn’t work right out of the box. Yep, got a small scare there. I popped in a newly charged battery and an […]


This is another photo I took of the lavender farm I visited this weekend. It’s a much tighter framing of the previous shot (where a friend of mine thinks there’s way too much sky, and I agree with him to a point). I took many different framing at the farm, but none really stood out […]