Riley @ 50%
The above photo is the first in a new blog series that starts today called "SCREENSHOTS." The random series will feature a photo that I’m currently working on in Photoshop, shot directly off of my computer screen. It’s kind of a document or memorial of the evolution of my daily work and desktop with all of it’s mess and chaos. The idea camera from a photographer named Mel DiGiacomo (good luck trying to pronounce it), who has done some inspiring presentations on the B&H Photo YouTube channel.
Other blog series that I feature from week to week are:
FROM THE ARCHIVES
This series is where I feature a photo shot in the past. Some photos are those that were formally published, some were shots that got overlooked from the original edit or were good enough but didn’t fit the particular job, etc. The key is that the featured photo is not recent one.
Outtakes are just that; photos that didn’t make the cut for various reasons. But I’ve found over the years that some of these shots have turned out to be great photos.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
This is my favorite photo of that particular day. Sometimes I shoot a lot, sometimes a little, but I always try to keep fresh and to keep shooting as often as possible.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK
This is simply my favorite photo of that week, and it usually posts on a Friday so that it’s the featured post all weekend.
CULTURE OF LEISURE
These shots are part of the progresson of a book project that I started on Memorial Day 2006, and have continued to shoot for the last nine years. These are always shot on or very near the beach, and were literally shot on every beach in Florida.
(for) THE JOY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
This is one series that I recently started on a November 20th blog post, and that I’m considering continuing. The content is wide open, and the criteria is simply for the joy of photographing and discovering with my camera when I’m not being paid to take pictures.
I feature lots of other posts too, which can vary in subject matter from A to Z. Please visit often for inspiration, education, of just to see a new photograph.
Sony a7II with Zeiss Batis 25mm f/2