Tag Archives: Creativity

Second Teaser Photograph for the Gallery Show

Here is another photograph that is part of the group I produced for the show, again it is one that will not be on display in the show due to space restrictions.

Remember the show will be for the month of December at Liberty Fine Arts Gallery and there will be an artist reception on December 5, 2013. If you are in the general Reno area, I would love to see you at the opening.

AT&T Building at First St. and Lake St.

AT&T Building at First St. and Lake St.

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Downtown After Dark postcard

Here is what one side of the postcard for the upcoming show will look like.

Image of the Reno, NV arch with text "Downtown After Dark"

One side of the postcard for the show “Downtown After Dark”

Five Steps to Finding the Freedom to be a Creative Photographer (via Photofocus)

The team of authors that work on Photofocus are very good, I find that I normally have very little to add to what they write. Another post to think about and keep in mind.

Five Steps to Finding the Freedom to be a Creative Photographer Here we are – back on the creative train. I’m visiting this theme at least monthly now because I think it’s just as important as knowing what lens to use or what camera body to buy. I actually think it’s more important than either. Knowing how to be creative starts with one simple thought – freedom. How do you find … Read More

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There is no Technique Without Expression (via Photofocus)

A very nice article about techniques. I feel the same can be said about equipment. Both are tools for the creative process of capturing the perfect image of the subject.

There is no Technique Without Expression I’ve been having some deep discussions with other photographers lately about the need for shooters to develop good technique. In the midst of these discussions though I remembered something from my one and only art class in college – There is no technique without expression. My art teacher believed that pretty much … Read More

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