Lori and I moved into a new place this past fall and we have been getting to know the neighbors. The new place backs onto a wooded area and we have a lot more yard. When the cold weather set in we started to put out a number of feeders to keep the birds (and squirrels) feed through the colder months, frozen ground and snow. We have had an unusually cold and snowy winter so I imagine that the critters in the area appreciate the buffet that Lori puts out every few days. One of our favorite neighbors is a pair of flickers. They have a number of tree branches they sit on and from there they watch the world around them. They are amazing to watch, and of course, they can make a bit of a racket on the metal roof.
- Discussing the concept of presets both in software and as a mindset for photographers
- Imitate, Influence, Inspire: Lessons from ‘Art and Fear’
- Key elements to thinking about your work as projects instead of images
- Keeping perspective before and after the click
- What can happen if you don’t revisit your work