When the Fall Season Ha...

Today’s Post by Jamie Zartman As the climate continues to change, and brisk winds arrived earlier than expected, many of the golden vistas of aspen cloaked hillsides I had envisioned on the the Grand Mesa and Pinyon Mesa of western Colorado were missing by the time I arrived this year....

Wedding Photo Fun

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern I admire professional wedding photographers. They work hard at marriage venues, carry lots of equipment, constantly move about, patiently stage picture-perfect images to satisfy the bridal couple’s expectations of memorable moments. For example, the...

Wordless Wednesday # 17...

Today’s Post by Dave Hutchinson This is a photojournalism shot that I made while visiting a Christian Orthodox Church in Constanta, Romania.The woman had no idea that I was taking the photo. I assume that she was a mourner, but I am really not sure. I didn’t disturb her. I was...

Interior Spaces in the ...

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern In everyday photography, the art of the past may inspire with its treatment of light. The Old Masters knew how to paint its qualities. Vermeer’s Music Lesson is a prime example. Light is soft and diffused in his interior space. It streams from a side...

A Cinderella Story

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern Wedding photography is a lucrative business, a unique specialty in demand. Websites advertise images that evoke dreamy fairytale scenes replete with beautiful brides and handsome grooms sharing their special hitching day. A friend is marrying soon. She told...

Hints of Autumn

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern “But it’s a long long while from May to December And the days grow short when you reach September” – Kurt Weill / Lyrics: Maxwell Anderson September it is, and the days grow shorter with sundown earlier. Nature is having its seasonal mood...