This set of photos is from a few years ago when I went for a walk to the LandsEnd. It is a magical part of San Francisco, and it takes some special effort to walk all the way out there (and back.) When I look at these images, I find a room for further simplification. … Continue reading At the end of the land
Sometimes a photos is worth a thousand words. Sometimes three words are worth a million feelings. Continue reading Make America Love Again
A long exposure from the top of the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy! The original color photo wasn’t anything to write home about, but when I applied my B&W preset to the photo, it was magic. It highlighted the streaks of light (from a passing boat), and they became the focal point of the photo. … Continue reading Streaking
Photography has taught me that brightness and darkness are merely a reaction to one another. Sometimes, just making a few elements of an image a little darker, you make other aspects brighter and more luminescent. Take the example of this photo, which uses varying degrees of darkness. In our lives too, darkness gives us perspective … Continue reading Light is a reaction to darkness
Venice has lost its tourists. Watch what the locals have to say and how they are dealing with the shutdown. [YouTube] The timing of the video was fruitious. I had just shared a photo on Instagram, which prompted a long and lovely email — letter really, from my friend Barb. And through sheer coincidence, I … Continue reading Visual memories of Venice.