If you are allergic, don’t like, or shouldn’t eat tomatoes, and miss that yummy spaghetti sauce, don’t worry I have good news for you. Buy some fire-roasted bell peppers, or make them if you have the time, put them in the blender and viola spaghetti sauce. Just add spices and garlic and you don’t noticeContinue reading “Don’t Touch My Tomatoes”
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Velvet Cow Painting
Short blog about creating a great photo from a boring one. The subject of the photo is a Red Scottish Highland Cow.
Forced Creativity with Mushrooms
AKA Fun with Fungus After heavy rain in summer, you get these white mushrooms that pop in a day and are gone in another. So break out the camera and start clicking because you can have fun with fungi…..who doesn’t love a good pun. When photographing mushrooms or mushroom-like fungi, there are two things toContinue reading “Forced Creativity with Mushrooms”
Swirling clouds in violet haze
How to take create photos indoors, using a glass ball and LED lights.
How do you come up with ideas?
I get this question a lot, and sometimes it’s about my photography! I do have a creative brain, I think in quotes and songs, I can remember odd details about historical people/time, and I routinely drift off on a tangent in my mind long after the conversation has ended. It is hard to teach creativity,Continue reading “How do you come up with ideas?”
How do you solve a problem like dull overcast?
You are on vacation, and you want some fabulous photos of your trip (to make everyone at work jealous….oh, and precious family memories), but the sky is a dull, dreary, weary, overcast meh. It’s not a moody mystical fog or darkly lit storm clouds. It’s just blah. You can’t come back to this same placeContinue reading “How do you solve a problem like dull overcast?”