Photographic Jazz

There are some times when, to feel fully creative, one needs to just let go of the norms, open your mind to the great possibilities that are out there and break out into something new. I've been reading a lot of work by the Canadian photographer David Duchemin recently, both his blogs and some of…

Making the most of any light

This weekend I went to Algonquin Provincial Park with a couple of friends/family from our little photography group. Our plan had been to see the spectacular fall colours that, on average, reach their peak on the last weekend of September. Well, unfortunately, Nature has been so good to us over the summer that she's now…

Photography Project 26 – N is for…

What else could it be? Nature photography. I would hazard a guess that more people consider themselves nature photographers than would classify themselves as any other type of shooter. There's an unending wealth of opportunities out there for those of us who love to take our cameras into nature in any of its many forms,…

Photography Project 26 – I is for…

Impressionistic So there could only be one entry for I in this kind of blog. We've touched on Impressionistic representations in previous posts, especially in Form, and this is one area that I find increasingly compelling. Now, I suspect that part of my desire to produce something more artistic than a straight photograph might be…