The extraordinary and brilliant light of these high altitude regions, frames these monasteries against the bluest of skies, in an arresting contrast of colour and image.
When the cubs are rested up, the babies will wake up and play until mom is ready to get up and continue on another leg of their journey. Walk, nurse, rest, play, walk and repeat. This routine continues on for the next forty or so miles until mom can get to the Bay to finally enjoy the seal buffet.
Sixteen million tourists visit Venice every year and probably every one of them is carrying a camera. Coming up with a fresh photographic approach is thus a considerable challenge. I had two influences percolating in the back of my mind when I visited Venice for the second time in 2010.
Sossusvlei, in the heart of Namibia’s Namib Naukluft Park, has some of the most dramatic landscapes on earth and a must visit for anyone who steps foot in the country. After exploring its sand dunes and dried lakebeds I climbed into a Namib Sky Balloon Safaris’ basket with a Nikon camera-in-hand for a totally different perspective.
Jared’s Urban Exploration series featuring Abstract, Cityscape and street scenes rhythmically portray his love of geometry, lines, curves, pattern and abstract designs.
Auditing a night photography class taught by Steve Harper at The Academy of Art in San Francisco, I was immediately floored by the moonlit time-exposure aesthetic and took my first baby-steps in photography . . . by doing 8-minute exposures of abandoned Route 66 buildings under the full moon.
“Photography is exciting but to be really good you must have a desire to learn and not be afraid to look through the lens and capture something you never imagined before. Value quality over quantity. Make a difference in the world by sharing your unique perspective.” Jazmin Million
I’ve been shooting for over twenty years now and I’m looking forward to the next twenty! I invite you to come take part in my journey and I’ll help you get a taste of the magical nature that surrounds us.
In the visual world when one looks at an image,a conversation begins. It’s a private one. Unlike words that have an exchange of ideas and conversation ….the viewing of a photograph is largely a private affair. This language is universal.
Wild grasses abound on the hillsides and off the trails where I walk with my Labrador, Morris. Removing them from their natural environment and photographing them formally in my studio gives me great pleasure.