Sunday, September 30, 2012

From the Collaboratory

Saying I'm overdue for a post is 'way beyond understatement. Let's just say this whole new dashboard is, well, new to to me. My last post was March 2011, if memory serves.

Since then, much has happened, including acceptance into a couple of juried shows. Very exciting. But I've also become super-conscious of how much there is to learn. That has led to some workshops and study. Long way to go. 

One thing I have learned, though, is to appreciate is the Northwest's bright overcast, which most of us complain about throughout much of the year. For photographers, though, it's what award-winning photographer Thomas Sawtell characterizes as "a giant diffuser." Here are some images from our area to illustrate what he means.

Tide Pool Study 3, Oregon Coast, MattVogt Photography

See you next time!

Su Harrington, NakedEye17 Images


Anika said...

Nice to see you and thanks for making me feel more comfy about coming back to write...eek! I'm in the same boat, tooooo long!
Great post, beautiful images!

Nakedeye17 said...

Hi, Anika! Yes. We need to get this moving again. I'd love to see more posts from you!!!

canvas photo said...

stunning shots love how clear the shot is with the mist just beautiful