Old Dock Reflection

I’ve displayed images of this old dock on my blog before, but this is the first time I’ve be able to play with some of the more advanced Lightroom tools 1. I appreciate the results! Summer vacation season is often, for me, a mournful time. The season is designed to thrive briefly and fade in…

Preserving Memory

This image is the cistern which resides in the garden of Pennsbury Manor, one of my favorite living history museums. I love the way the brick walk raises up to meet the well-layed bricks of the cistern itself. It’s organized, but not “perfect.” Sometimes it’s the flaws which make things, and people, interesting. My wife…

A splash of color

I took this image back in spring and immediately saw it’s potential for some significant photoshopping. The high contrast black and white portions of the image speak of the bleakness of Winter, holding on even as the days grow longer. Yet, in the in the midst of the grey is a single color flower, declaring…

Simply Amazing – gps4cam

A few weeks ago I wrote about geotagging DSLR photos using the app Geotag Photos Pro. This app works well, it’s drain on battery is minimal, and adding the geotagging data in Lightroom is actually rather enjoyable. The only issue with the app is the need to manually sync the phone’s clock with the camera’s….

Hey there, Moon

When I was in college I took two semesters of Astronomy. This might seem like an odd thing for a theology major to take, but I find the subject fascinating 1. My favorite memory of Astronomy is, by far, developing our film negatives and seeing how our images turned out. This was before the advent…

A tired haiku

It’s been a long work-week, so I end it with a haiku to mark the occasion. Everything broken Noises getting on my nerves Give me quiet. Sleep.