If you’re photographer, amateur or pro, remember: If you want to take more interesting pictures, you have to get off the couch.
Rolling three thoughts together, with a glorious morning and no immediate plans, I set out to do something a bit different. And, being reminded how true those first three thoughts were.
Michigan is host to dozens of lighthouses. Spanning Upper and Lower Peninsulas, Michigan actually has more lighthouses than any other state.
If you’re looking for something to do this Summer, consider touring one or more of them. Whether you’re in Iron River, St. Louis, or Lansing, Michigan, there’s a lighthouse less than 100 miles away.
Most of my posts are more polished, bit more ‘structured,’ if you will. This week, I have been, and continue to do a good bit of travel. Thought you may enjoy. This weekend, I took two days to motorcycle a good chunk of the shoreline of Michigan’s (USA) lower peninsula. The goal was to take some time and get away from it all. Mixed in though was a little bit…
Earlier this month I was asked to bid on a commercial shoot. The broker was preparing to list a drugstore with a nearly $4,000,000 asking price. To help me appreciate the type of work they were looking for, they sent me a prospectus for a similar sale they had done.
As part of my bid-response, I edited the image to demonstrate what was possible—even with just a screen capture.
Motorcycling has one drawback: For such a dynanic activity most pictures are static, lifeless. As nice, as nostalgic as they can be, they don’t capture the rider doing what they -love- doing.
If you or someone you know would like an image of their riding their machine, digital or put out to canvas, here’s a glimpse of what’s possible.