Archive for the ‘My Camera Talks’ Category

Blood Super Moon Lunar Eclipse September 28, 2015

Just between You, Me, and The Super Blood Moon

Using the Meade ETX-90 attached to my camera was at the same time fun, and frustrating. As a lens it was the equivalent of a 1250mm focal length which of course got me all pumped. Woohooo! 1250mm! I mean how […]


Creative patterns made with Christmas tree lights

A Little Fun with Christmas Tree Lights

Before you completely take down that Christmas tree have some fun with it first! Using a long exposure and some camera movement you can create these vibrant abstract patterns. Kids love doing this! There’s no end to the designs you […]


using strobes to create a natural light feel

Firing Off the First Frames

I’ve been chomping at the bit to actually work in the new space instead of just painting, hanging and arranging. Yesterday Tikko, my assisting intern, and I found an hour in the new studio to try some test approaches with […]


Using small flashes to imply big light

A Kiss of Sunshine

This is a fake it till you feel it story…feel the warmth of sunshine that is. It’s rained the better part of June here in Vermont but I was just not going to endure another photo session with flat lifeless […]


Extreme Exposure

Color is a Verb appears in new book.

Was delighted to see selections from my Color is a Verb included in David Nightingale’s new book Extreme Exposures, Advanced Techniques for Creative Digital Photography. The book, published by Ilex Press out of East Sussex, England, covers a vast array […]


Home Alone - Finalist for Istockphoto Best Narrative Award

“Home Alone” Shortlisted for “Best Narrative” Award

Talk about feeling honored.  Home Alone, was selected by a panel of accomplished photographers and creatives as one of ten finalists from thousands of nominations in this year’s iStockphoto’s Stocky Awards, in the Best Narrative category. I remember taking this […]


Pirouette

Color is a Verb

Each spring, (speaking generously of late April in Vermont) my husband, Jack, roams around our property checking for hopeful new sprouts. Often I join him on these ritual treasure hunts and can’t help but relive the the childhood thrill of […]

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