Tag: Pastel Color

  • Just Like

    J ust like… Maxfield Parrish. If you know much about him you know that his work often more detailed than my picture. Much more. But, his clouds. Oh, his clouds. Much of his work looks like this image. What am I saying? Oh, the ego on me. His work doesn’t look like mine. My work […]

  • The Distance Between

    T he end of the day was spectacular so I actually made some new photographs. I don’t usually make a lot of cloud pictures but what could I do? The were moving in all sorts of patterns and shapes. I selected the one I liked best and did minimal work, but I decided to make […]

  • Just Want To See

    Pastel Sky, looking like a water color. That wasn’t my intention, but that’s what happened. In this day of all things digital photographers are trying to make their work look like anything but photography. I understand the need to take things to the next level. I do it myself more times than not. Just don’t […]

  • A Huge, Foolish Project

    “In silence there is eloquence. Stop weaving and see how the pattern improves.” — Rumi I read a lot of blogs. I read a lot of online pieces about art. Most are about tools, or technique. Many blogs are about some struggle. Stop. Stop trying so hard. Stop making things so difficult. Don’t over think. […]

  • Rare Fog

    This is it. The very first picture I made in New Orleans. Unlike some of the others in this series, it wasn’t exactly lost. I just hadn’t seen the original scan in a long time. Yes. Scan. This image was made on film. In 1999. In June, if my mind isn’t playing tricks on me. […]