This month was a bit slow with submissions, but I love the response! Stay tuned for the next prompt in a few weeks.
I often get the question, “How long have you been into photography?” but I don’t have the standard answer many other photographers have. I can’t count the number of years I’ve wandered with a camera, because I frankly can’t remember a time when I haven’t. My earliest photos predate digital, when I carried a cheap plastic something that took film cartridges I didn’t even have to queue or wind.
Greetings all! Another Friday, another week on Instagram. Yesterday was Thanksgiving in the States – a day of friends, family, and much feasting (and of course I had my camera close by). I had only one reasonable plate, but I still managed to eat too much. It’s tough with so much amazing food!
A very happy Thanksgiving to all of you out there; I’m thankful to have so many people see my photography every week.
As for the photos this week, this first grid photo was from this week’s photo challenge, “experimental.” I tried something new, that I’ve always been curious to try – focus stacking. Read all about it and see the final result here.
Happy Friday!! I fortunately get this holiday off from work, so I’ll be catching up on a few items that have fallen by the wayside. The three-day weekend is a welcome birthday gift 🙂
This week on Instagram, I continued playing with some grid photos (are you liking this new experiment?), and I included some photos from my other photographic life: event photography at Kumoricon.
These first three were from my post responding to this week’s challenge, “peek.” You can read it here.
Happy Friday once more! Today kicks off Day 1 of my favorite convention, Kumoricon! Look forward to many pictures from that coming soon. For now, I should probably be shooting a panel….
I wanted to try something different this week, so I experimented with grid photos! The idea is that each tile can stand on its own as a photo, but when put together, a larger picture is formed. This was fun, and while it took considerably more time to organize and plan out my posts, I’m really happy with the result. Let me know what you think!
This first one was quite simple. This was from my post this week on my very first bush plane. As you can tell, these planes are itty bitty! Read all about that adventure here.
We’re quite spoiled here in the Northwest when it comes to waterfalls.
To be honest, when I first moved here, I wasn’t all that excited about waterfalls. They were all photographed the same, and they all looked the same to me. The hikes were pleasant, but I just couldn’t understand how the group would then park their tripods at the waterfall at the end and shoot for what felt like forever. I was used to a quick shot, and I was done.
How many pictures of the same scene can one take?
I like the variety in this week’s set.
First is a shot from outside the Eielson Visitor Center in Denali National Park. I missed this on our first stop into the park, so I was determined to check it out on our way out. Evidently, these two massive moose got locked in a battle – literally. Unable to disentangle their antlers, they both died in the grass. A backpacker later found the skeletons and brought them back to the park officials. Now they’re on display for all to see.
This was also my submission for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness.
Our adventures were over far too quickly in Denali National Park. We spent a day on a bus; we spent a day on the trails. Certainly, I preferred the latter to the former, but they were both an excellent way to experience this vast park. Next, we were gearing up for bears!
But first, we had one more day on the train.
I’m excited to be getting well into our Denali adventures, so understandably, this week, Instagram featured several shots from that trip. But I try to keep some variety, so there’s a taste of a few other destinations as well this week.