I visited my step-daughter who is living near Charleston and brought her a Maltese to replace her pride and joy who had died from old age. I don't know about living there in the heat of the Summer but, Charleston is a lovely place to visit in the Sp
I have subscribed to a series of free editing tutorials on YouTube by Irene Rudnyk. I have been working with Photoshop for years but, many of her techniques are completely new to me. I think that I might even be able to use some of these techniques
After a long hiatus, the Red Bull Air Races have returned to San Diego Bay. The big difference between the Red Bull Races and normal air shows is that the planes fly very low and are usually pictured against a city skyline. In this case the skyline
Years ago, Camilla gave us a link to Jeffrey Fried's Exif (http://exif.regex.info/exif.cgi) viewer so that instead of asking what shutter speed, ISO, aperture etc. an image was shot at we could just check the data ourselves. This no longer works.
I have belonged to the Photo Group, "Cambridge in Colour" which is an international photo group based in the United Kingdom (therefore the "u" in the spelling of "Colour"). It is a fun group and a great place to learn things, keep up with present eq
Some might argue this is a continuation of last month. Carol Ann might say, "You've got to be kidding". She has a ton of snow right now. But this can be a spring in your step, in your bed or just about whatever you want. Enjoy spring!
Several PG members wondered why I decided to take a vacation in February to Iceland. Iceland has been in my bucket list for awhile and it has become a popular tourist destination. I picked winter because 1) there are less tourists, 2) I wanted to e
I shot a series of portraits of Alesha the daughter of a friend. Alesha is a lovely young lady but, her face is somewhat marred by present acne and the scars of earlier acne. This was quite apparent on a portrait with no retouching...
I did this series of portraits at a Civil War Reenactment held at Vista, California today. The shots are framed quite closely because I wanted to avoid any evidence of the 20th Century (like power poles, modern vehicles and modern homes) just like I