Posts Tagged ‘marina’

First Look Photo: Isolation

June 21, 2017

According to NYIP there are three criteria for any good photograph; a clear subject, a way to focus on the subject, and to simplify it for the subject.  Nothing helps obtain all three of these more than a good fog, like today’s photograph.

Marina in the FogI call this one Marina in the Fog.

First Look Photo: Winding Down, and Up

April 19, 2017

As I start the last photo assignment for the professional course at New York Institute of Photography, I am happy to note that this is not the end of my education, but the beginning.

My career in the photo industry is about to begin, maybe not today, but soon, and I know the need for continued education will be a key to my growth as a photographer, and eventual success of all I dream my career can be.

With that, here is today’s photo from my last assignment, there are going to be two more, but I haven’t taken them yet.

Photo Friday: No Better Artist

February 6, 2015

One of the reasons; and I can say the main reason, I chose nature photography is that I have never seen a painting, sculpture, or the work of any artist that can come close to the beauty nature has given us.  Today’s photographs were taken at the marina behind our home.

During this time of the year, ice forms on the water, and with the rising and lowering of the tides, the ice breaks, and refreezes in very interesting patterns.  These patterns show a beautiful display of texture.

Here then are the two photographs I took this afternoon.

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Strike it

October 10, 2011

one split second from one of my YouTube videos.