A bunch of lovely daffodils brightening my office on this relatively warm (albeit rainy) April Friday. It’s been a bit of a trying week – started it with a cold, ended it with a twisted ankle. Hopefully, things will get better from here! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and Happy Easter!
Never underestimate the power of reflected light! It can totally change the look and feel of an image, and sometimes, it can make or break the shot. Reflectors are a must in certain situations, and you’d be amazed at the difference just a small piece of white foam core can make. Whether you’re doing portraits, […]
Moody, dramatic studio photography portraits go in and out of style, but I have always liked them, especially with black and white images. I think it works even for baby photos, and you really don’t need a whole lot of equipment to create these types of shots, so they are easy to do on location […]
Back in the day when I used film exclusively, I always shot with prime lenses. But my first digital camera came with a zoom lens which opened up a whole new world of shooting possibilities. It made life so easy! I only needed to bring one lens on trips, and I could get shots – […]
I have finally finished this years holiday greeting card collection! 4 new Scottie dog cards and one winter image collage card. And for the first time, I’ve also created a calendar. It’s a 5×7 desk calendar with 12 of my photos of Scottish Terriers. It was a lot of fun to make, and I have […]
A few weeks ago, something very nice arrived in my mailbox – the latest edition of Acu-Cat: A Guide To Feline Acupressure, a book about Traditional Chinese Medicine and how to do acupressure on your cat. This is one in a series of similar books by internationally renowned animal acupressure practitioners and teachers Amy Snow […]
Do you know who I am? Or even more important, do you know who you are? I’ve spent the last week working on my “About page” on Etsy, and it made me stop and think – what does “who I am” really mean? I know what I like and don’t like, what I have done […]