Note: All information is based upon Windows operating system and Lightroom 2.2. As I mentioned in the first Lightroom post, one of the great advantages of Lightroom is the ability to find your photos. This ability exists even if your pictures are scattered all over your hard drive, or even multiple hard drives. I recommend that [...]
On Sunday my son Matt, friends Jim and Teresa and I went to the Garden of Lights in Muskogee Oklahoma. This was a good trip to do some creative Night Photography. Posted below are some of my shots from the trip.
Established in 1970, Sequoyah NWR is one of more than 540 refuges in the United States. The refuge name honors Sequoyah, a Native American, who invented a Cherokee alphabet consisting of syllables that allowed his tribe to preserve their traditions and history in writing. By the close of the century, outlaws found the hardwood forests [...]
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is my program of choice for my photography work-flow. Is it perfect? absolutely not, I have a long list of things I would like to see changed and features added. Overall however I feel it is the best thing going right now. I have spent a great deal of time [...]
My wife and I made a trip to visit her parents in western Kansas last weekend, and found the tumbleweeds to have taken over. Tumbleweeds were introduced from Russia’s Ukraine when some farmers inadvertently brought them to South Dakota in 1886 along with seeds for flax. The plants break away from their roots in the [...]