Tag Archives: plants

Minimalist Photography

I came across the term Minimalist Photography this week on Google+.  Photographer Steve Johnson will be releasing a book this Spring covering the topic in depth.  He defines Minimalist Photography as not simply about taking a photograph of less. Minimalism is … Continue reading

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Assignment 23: Recap

Thank you for the great response to the first photo assignment of 2013.  In all, there were 19 submissions from all over the globe.  This time, I am going to write the recap while reading each entry for the first … Continue reading

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View 166: Winter Flowers

I know I have been complaining about all the snow upstate New York has gotten this winter.  Thankfully, I got a taste of exotic places over the weekend when I attended the Syracuse Photographers Association meetup at my college alma … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Get Out of a Photographer’s Slump

Over the past year I have heard a few of my photographer friends say they had become uninspired.  In sports, they would say the photographer is in a slump. A slump is a period of poor or losing play by … Continue reading

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View 123: A Walk in the Woods

Walking in the woods in Spring is a sensory delight.  The leafs of the trees are not fully out yet and the sunlight dapples on the forest floor.  There is the fresh smell of growth everywhere and the birds and … Continue reading

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