Category Archives: digital

STRAW HAT, NEW CAMERA

I picked up a new camera last October, a Sony Alpha 6000. I wanted something small. I have a DSLR that I found myself leaving at home when I went anywhere. Even when I did have it with me, I

STRAW HAT, NEW CAMERA

I picked up a new camera last October, a Sony Alpha 6000. I wanted something small. I have a DSLR that I found myself leaving at home when I went anywhere. Even when I did have it with me, I

A PERSONAL ENDEAVOR

One of the best things about photography is that it is personal. You can do your own thing…copy others or be unique; or work from an abstract, surrealist or documentary point of view. What matters is to use your eye

A PERSONAL ENDEAVOR

One of the best things about photography is that it is personal. You can do your own thing…copy others or be unique; or work from an abstract, surrealist or documentary point of view. What matters is to use your eye

GREAT SALT LAKE

I’m not much of a sunset photographer, as much as I enjoy watching the sun rise and set. What I really like about early morning and late afternoon is the color that’s created as the low sun works it’s way

GREAT SALT LAKE

I’m not much of a sunset photographer, as much as I enjoy watching the sun rise and set. What I really like about early morning and late afternoon is the color that’s created as the low sun works it’s way

LLANO ESTACADO PUMP JACK

Pump jacks, or grasshoppers, are a common site in Texas. I live in Austin, where they are not as abundant but as you head west their presence increases. This photograph was made near Post, Texas in Garza County, just southeast

LLANO ESTACADO PUMP JACK

Pump jacks, or grasshoppers, are a common site in Texas. I live in Austin, where they are not as abundant but as you head west their presence increases. This photograph was made near Post, Texas in Garza County, just southeast

THE POWER OF LIGHT

This is another image that made me stop while driving. I’m still in work-print stage as I think the file can be tweaked further to improve the sky and foreground. The fence was that white and it’s what caught my

THE POWER OF LIGHT

This is another image that made me stop while driving. I’m still in work-print stage as I think the file can be tweaked further to improve the sky and foreground. The fence was that white and it’s what caught my

SQUARED COLOR

Black and white always seemed logical and intuitive to me. Additionally, I see my images in black and white even before they’re made with the camera.Since the development of digital technology and inkjet printing I can now print my color

SQUARED COLOR

Black and white always seemed logical and intuitive to me. Additionally, I see my images in black and white even before they’re made with the camera.Since the development of digital technology and inkjet printing I can now print my color

ARCHER CITY AND ANARENE

I’ve always been intrigued by Archer City, Texas. It’s a small town (1,848 population) in north central Texas about one hour south of the Oklahoma border. Oil country. Cattle country. My wife’s family is from Olney, just 19 miles southwest

ARCHER CITY AND ANARENE

I’ve always been intrigued by Archer City, Texas. It’s a small town (1,848 population) in north central Texas about one hour south of the Oklahoma border. Oil country. Cattle country. My wife’s family is from Olney, just 19 miles southwest