Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures (Waterfall Edition!)

Exactly what it says on the tin! My second response to the Weekly Photo Challenge. My first post focused on images indicative of larger trends in my work, or images that had particular significance in other ways. However, no waterfall

Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures (Waterfall Edition!)

Exactly what it says on the tin! My second response to the Weekly Photo Challenge. My first post focused on images indicative of larger trends in my work, or images that had particular significance in other ways. However, no waterfall

Snow and Sunbeams

Unlike my previous snowy excursion, this was a big picture day. My most recent lens purchase was in 2010 (I’ve been abstaining largely because I’m a recent, and therefore broke, college graduate).  I bought a Tamron 11-18, and to break

Snow and Sunbeams

Unlike my previous snowy excursion, this was a big picture day. My most recent lens purchase was in 2010 (I’ve been abstaining largely because I’m a recent, and therefore broke, college graduate).  I bought a Tamron 11-18, and to break

The Dangers of Photography (Results Coming Soon)

I went on a photo adventure today.  Through this much snow: That alone was rather, um, interesting, but it got worse.  Or rather, I got a bit more carried away than I generally do.  And have I mentioned that I’m

The Dangers of Photography (Results Coming Soon)

I went on a photo adventure today.  Through this much snow: That alone was rather, um, interesting, but it got worse.  Or rather, I got a bit more carried away than I generally do.  And have I mentioned that I’m

Adirondack road in the fall with motion blur

Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures

I’ve decided to try to participate in the Weekly Photo Challenges. It seems like it will be fun to have mini-assignments, and they might inspire me to try new things. This one is pretty self-explanatory, and I have helpfully written

Adirondack road in the fall with motion blur

Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures

I’ve decided to try to participate in the Weekly Photo Challenges. It seems like it will be fun to have mini-assignments, and they might inspire me to try new things. This one is pretty self-explanatory, and I have helpfully written

Snow Day: Digging Out of a Rut

After last year and its extremely lackluster “storms,” I’ve been delighted the past day as the snow has continued to fall. However, as much as I like snow, I’m always disappointed when I run out and attempt to photograph it.

Snow Day: Digging Out of a Rut

After last year and its extremely lackluster “storms,” I’ve been delighted the past day as the snow has continued to fall. However, as much as I like snow, I’m always disappointed when I run out and attempt to photograph it.

50s housewife with apron in pregnant in the kitchen

Preview: Barefoot, Pregnant, and in the Kitchen

I’ve been working on setting up a shoot in a fantastic abandoned kitchen. Expect ridiculous props, flying utensils, and over-the-top (hormonal) housewife hysterics in your near future. I’m working on eliminating the motion blur present in the test shots, although

50s housewife with apron in pregnant in the kitchen

Preview: Barefoot, Pregnant, and in the Kitchen

I’ve been working on setting up a shoot in a fantastic abandoned kitchen. Expect ridiculous props, flying utensils, and over-the-top (hormonal) housewife hysterics in your near future. I’m working on eliminating the motion blur present in the test shots, although

Pale girl with red hair holding lens to eye

What’s In a Name? or Why I’m a Cyclops

Discovery and Acceptance As I peered through the eyepiece the nurse tapped her foot impatiently. “I asked you to read the left side.” “I know, but there’s nothing there. It’s all white!” And so I discovered that I was a

Pale girl with red hair holding lens to eye

What’s In a Name? or Why I’m a Cyclops

Discovery and Acceptance As I peered through the eyepiece the nurse tapped her foot impatiently. “I asked you to read the left side.” “I know, but there’s nothing there. It’s all white!” And so I discovered that I was a