As many of you know, I purchased a Wacom Intuos Pro small tablet at the beginning of the year. If you didn’t read that post, you can find it here Wacom. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them. The first lesson I learned, which I talked about was how I lost about four or five … More I think I’ll Keep the Wacom
Well I made a decision. I’m going to take a break from all social media for awhile. Let me be more specific, from all social media that is anything beyond showing a nice and pretty photo. So, please don’t take it personally if you don’t see me liking, commenting upon, or sharing your posts or … More Headline This Just In: I need a break
I recently read an interview with Hazel Blake on Sebastian Michaels Quill & Camera Blog. She is one of the talented students of Photoshop Artistry; Fine Art Grunge Composition course. In it, she was asked how she defines her style. Her response really resonated with me and got me thinking. She replied that she works within three broad … More Your Story. Your Style.
I have to say that when I initially started this post, back in about May, I did not entitle it my old friend. You see, at that time, I picked up something that felt incredibly heavy, huge and awkward. When I raised the lens to my eye, there was so much space around the subject … More My Old Friend. My Nikon D7200