Don’t tell Dorothy, but I found out what’s over the rainbow: Mount Timpanogas. I took this picture while at my kids baseball game. Aren’t those the moodiest clouds you’ve ever seen? We live on the smaller mountain just in front of Timp. The “Green field” in front is just a hill in front of the […]More
Admittedly, my photos aren’t the best out there; in fact they’re far from it. My little point and shoot camera isn’t much to speak of. But every now and then I end up with a photo I like… not because my technique is so amazing (someday I hope to get better at that) or that the photo is so well done, but just that it really does MEAN something to me. Even if I still type a thousand words to go with it ;-)
I also do a little bit of contract photography, so I’ll file those items here as well.
I feel compelled to write today, but everything I’ve tried to say seems to feel like it’s another person’s words, or someone else’s thoughts. Perhaps I simply don’t know what to think or how to feel, or maybe it’s more a problem of knowing that whatever I say could not be enough. Or maybe it’s […]More
Wow, my photo’s on Reuters! No, dear cyberstalkers, it’s not a photo OF me, but it is a photo I’ve taken, and I am thrilled. It was used as a stock photo in someone’s blog, and Reuters Health picked it up and it’s linked back to me. The article’s interesting too, so have a look! […]More
Lilacs Bloomed Every Spring, Just like before… I loved that eerie song about the Soldier Boy by John Rutter. We sang it in our SATB choir in either Highschool or Junior High. I’ll type the full lyrics if I can remember them. But more than the song I like Lilacs! Here are seven pictures, including […]More
This picture of Mary describes exactly how life’s been lately. I’m sure it’s some combination between trying to potty-train my daughter and having been through 3 months of remodeling with no ETA on the kitchen sink. Still I’m reminded that one of these days I’ll look back and laugh.More
It’s doubly or maybe even triply retro, and everyone’s asking me how it’s done. So at long last, here’s how to apply that “hand-colored” look to your digital or scanned photos. *note* – This tutorial requires Photoshop. You could try to adapt the steps to Paint Shop Pro or the Gimp with plugins.More