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One photo a day challenge: Day 19. Today I went for a walk on what is a very regular route for me. I was consciously thinking about my photography as I walked. Starting to think about these trees that I pass just about every day. I always admire them. The size and shape of them is always interesting. Large tree trunks. Tall trees. Wide ranging branches. Thorns like you’ve never seen everywhere…. Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 18. Today I decided to stay in our yard again for my daily photo. I wanted to explore a little deeper into the woods than I had in the last few photo sessions in our woods. For this session I walked to the back part of our property and started my exploration there. I did not know I would enjoy using this new camera and lens… Read More

One Photo a day challenge: Week 2 Gallery. As with any project there are always more good works than the ones we can initially share. Here is a gallery of an additional image from each day of week two of my one photo a day challenge. Catch all the work I share by subscribing to the my newsletter. Please consider supporting the work I do. Thank you.

One photo a day challenge: Day 17. I have been wanting to create some bird images. However, the weather has not really cooperated. The skies have been filled with clouds and gloom. There has been very little light. Not enough light for me to be able to create the type of avian photography I enjoy. Variables Today clouds were visible moving across the sky. The clouds were so thick that they blocked… Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 16. On a weekend I really thought I would have a good opportunity to get outside and capture more outdoors photographs. But, sometimes things don’t go as you had hoped. And you still get it done. Went out this morning with some friends and put in a 13+ mile run, which was great. But I got home and ended up being exhausted. Didn’t get as much… Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 14. One of the goals of this photography challenge has been to allow myself opportunities to be more creative in my photography. Creating a new photograph every single day gives me more opportunities to stretch and try new things. When I am not creating new photography as frequently I feel pressure to “get it right”. I don’t feel free to take chances. I don’t challenge myself… Read More

It has been 1 full week of my one photo a day challenge. Everything has been going well. Some days I feel more motivated than others. But that is the whole point of this project. Stop relying on feeling motivated or inspired. Just do the work. Do it every day. Build a Practice. Each day when I work on creating my daily photo there is more than one image created. Hopefully each… Read More

One of the tools I use most often is my Nikon 300mm lens. I have had this model so long I don’t think Nikon makes it anymore. It doesn’t appear on their website. I am in no hurry to “upgrade” to the new model of the same 300mm lens because the lens I have does everything I ask of it and then some. Why I Use A Nikon 300mm Lens. The most… Read More

Ducks on a pond

I had planned to implement some new photography projects and services this year. However, with the Corona Virus and Social Distancing my plans like many of your plans are now on hold. One service I was planning to gear up for this year was offering photography workshops. My first series of workshops was to begin the first week of April. I wanted to lead workshops on photographing migrating birds in our area…. Read More

Winter is a very fickle season. It is especially fickle in regions with a more temperate climate that have changing seasons. Seasons can seem to change overnight. Seasons may seem to change well before it is time according to the calendar. Seasons may even change and then revert to the prior season. Sometimes it can seem like we skip entire seasons all together, with transformation straight from winter to summer and then… Read More

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