It can be instructive to remember that sometimes less can be more when it comes to how we compose an image. In my last article I mentioned that we can learn a great deal by going through old images and thinking about how we could improve them. This posting discusses lessons that I learned from reviewing three old photographs captured back in the fall of 2014.
With the summer travel season soon to be upon us many people are contemplating vacations. This article features some images we captured while meandering on Mykonos in 2014. Continue reading Meandering on Mykonos
We are pleased to announce the publication of our newest photography eBook, Images of Greece. Continue reading Images of Greece eBook Announced
We will be publishing a new eBook (Images of Greece) very shortly and thought that readers may enjoy seeing a few images that will be featured in it. This short article displays some photographs that show some of the beauty of Santorini. Continue reading Beauty of Santorini
When my wife and I were finalizing the images for our Nikon 1 eBook, The Little Camera That Could, we reviewed our photographs from Greece including ones from the monasteries of Meteora. Seeing these images again brought back some great memories as this was one of our favourite locations in Greece. I thought readers may enjoy seeing some of these photographs. Continue reading Monasteries of Meteora
As a follow up to my recent Images in Greece article, this piece features some examples of street photography done while in Greece. This style of photography by its very nature is a very personal thing. What appeals to one person may leave others scratching their heads. So if you’re wearing a hat…take it off and be prepared to scratch. Continue reading Street Photography in Greece
Like many couples, my wife and I talked about going to Greece for many years. Fortunately for us the stars aligned in the fall of 2014 and we were able to go on a bus tour/island hopping holiday. Continue reading Images of Greece