This week on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148, we’re challenged with the topic of Spots and Dots.
This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #147, Amy challenged everyone with the theme of garden.
This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #146, Patti has challenged everyone to focus on the details.
This week, on Lens-Artists Challenge #145, guest host Scillagrace challenged everyone with the topic of Getting to Know You.
This week, on Lens-Artists Challenge #144, Tina has challenged us with the topic of “Taking flight.”
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, we are challenged to share some colorful photos to represent the spring-like April.
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, we are assigned the easy topic of You Pick It! and I am picking Spring 2021 for my topic.
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Patti has challenged everyone with geometry.
Residing the intermountain region of the United States, I’m pretty much landlocked. My typical sceneries are mountains, mountains, and more mountains.
I’ve had many special moments over the years. Most of them are of moments of solitude from watching the sunset on an island to completing solo hikes to catching a glimpse of autumn colors at its peak. It’s tough to have moments of peace and quiet with a family that can turn even the happiest…
I love the topic of Natural Light because landscape photography is absolutely dependent on it, at least, in my opinion.
To me, the word soft can mean so many things – fluffy as in furs or feathers, delicate, and in photography, soft-focus, meaning the texture has been taken out of the photographs. This week, I hope these old photos can convey the meaning of soft.
This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #136, we are challenged to find a photo that contains a subject which begins with the letter S. I decided to get creative with this photo. Hope you like it.
This week, Sheetalbravon is guest-hosting this challenge and she challenges us to show a glimpse into our world – things that make our world spin or things that makes us happy.
A few weekends ago, I spent a few hours sitting before my laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic opened on the second monitor sorting photos. I knew I had a lot of photos but I was not expecting to be almost 5,000 photos. How did I manage to take so many photos and not remember that…
I think my photography journey truly began when I took and posted this photo (above) at the end of March 2015. It was this close up of the Japanese Plum Blossom taken with a simple Fuji 7.2 megapixel point-and-shoot that got me interested in photography and I haven’t stopped much since.
The theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge is Emotions, which really made me think hard as I don’t normally take portraits nor any photos portraying emotions. It resulted in me digging into photos which was an interesting task as I discovered photos I didn’t even know I had.
I love macros. They are so exotic and different and really only can be seen either with a magnifying glass, a dedicated macro lens, or in my case, a good ol’ regular camera lens with a screw-on macro filter. These filters are tricky to use sometimes as everything must be completely still and as you…
If I have to pick my all-time favorite image of 2020, it would be this one and it’s not because I was all alone and could take my sweet time to create this awesome landscape.
When I think of the holidays at the end of the year, I think of the wonderful and marvelous light displays at local parks. Not only are the lights pretty, it allows me to practice my night photography and bokeh photography on my wide-aperture lens.
There is something about nature that if you manage to catch it in the right moment and under the right light, it’s so beautiful that you will remember it for the rest of your life. I got the chance to witness such wonder this year during the height of autumn on September 20th. I was…
This week on the Lens-Artist Challenge, we were challenged to “find something red”, which reminded me that it was Chinese New Year this past Saturday and just about everyone I know knows the color red is seen just about everywhere during Chinese New Year – red lantern, lights, red envelopes… Therefore, I think it’s fitting…