Workflow and post-processing

In January I attended a couple of  Sean Bagshaw workshops in Portland.  The first day was “Digital Processing Workflow For Nature Photographers”.  The second day he taught “Processing For Extended Dynamic Range”. The weekend was jammed packed with excellent instruction.  I enjoyed his teaching method as well as his enthusiasm. Along with the class instruction, all…

Plus One collaborative book project is launched

Joining Google+ during beta last summer, I had no idea that the growing photography community would blossom into what it has become today, a place of collaboration, meaningful connections, photo walks and the start of some cool projects. One of these projects is the Plus One Collection 2011  photography book, organized by Ivan Makarov. Many…

Morning Reflections sold

This evening I received a phone call from the art coordinator for the photography show at Coquille Valley Hospital.  She said my Morning Reflections framed photograph sold!  The show has been ongoing since November 1st, 2011.  It continues through February 28, 2012.  I have six framed pieces in the show.  This has been my first…

Waterfalls of Little River

Continuing our endeavor to photograph waterfalls within the Umpqua National Forest, hubby and I set out yet again – this time to a tributary of the North Umpqua, the Little River. Saturday morning Mike and I chose to start at Wolf Creek Falls. No one else was around, we had the trail to ourselves. By…

My first photography exhibit

A couple of weeks ago I was in my first invited, juried photography exhibit. The exhibit was held during the annual Cranberry Festival in Bandon, Oregon. There were six other photographers that were also featured.  I was honored to be among some very fine photographers.  Sean Bagshaw, whom I’ve been a fan of for a couple…