Have you ever tried painting with light? It’s fun, and you can create pretty interesting photos. I used a very basic, small flash light. Quite an electrifying look, don’t you think? Continue reading
I love Fall, with all its colors and overcast skies: Continue reading
I was looking through some of my older photos and found a few that I always liked. These are just simple photos of simple but pretty objects that I notice sometimes if I am actually paying attention to my surroundings and not just going through the motions of the day .
To me, the objects on these photos have this simple rustic quality to them, conveying the mood of serenity, slowing down, and also the mood of the Fall, rainy and peaceful days. Continue reading
After editing (brighter, sharper) …………………………….. Before editing (dull, not sharp enough)
I am pretty cheap and practical when it comes to a lot of things. For example, I don’t own or use Photoshop or Lightroom software, and the only lens that I use to take my food photos costs only $100. I buy all my nice Nike running and work-out outfits (worth around $40 each) at about $2 or $1 each at nearby Goodwill stores. That’s the cheap part of me. Continue reading
I snapped these 2 images at the same spot by the creek(in Northern Arizona) during different seasons. First image is Winter image, and second image is Summer. I love the contrast of color, mood, and life in these photos. We all have our favorite nature spots, and I think it’s fun to compare how the same place looks different in the Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer.
It’s always a challenge to capture a squirrel on camera, because they get spooked so easily, even at the sound of movement of the camera lens. Continue reading
It finally rained this Labor Day weekend, so I grabbed my camera: cannot miss the chance to use the soft light created by overcast skies. The rain, too, makes everything look bright and crisp.