Category Archives: Marine Life

Lessons I’ve Learned, Part 1

[Editorial Note: I’m posting the picture, above, Mother’s Love, for Mother’s Day. This picture is for all mothers. Thank you. This picture is especially dedicated to three special mothers in my life: my own Ma, Renée, and my beloved friends, Kasia and Jennifer.]   Today, I’m going to share with you a hodgepodge of things […]

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Wildlife Gallery

. Here’s an overview of the wildlife pictures I’ve shown on Naturography, so far. There will be many more coming, of course – so I’ll update the slideshow, now and then. Like most of the pictures I show on Naturography, these pictures are available as fine art prints, and also available to license as rights […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! This is just a brief post, today, to extend you readers my warm wishes. I know that some people take a jaded view about Valentine’s Day. I like it. Any occasion to let others know that you love them is a good one. The more hugs, kisses, giving to one another, […]

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The Golden Section Hypothesis: A Critical Look

. There’s a prevalent belief about composition among photographers and other visual artists. In academic circles, the belief is called “the golden section hypothesis” or “the golden section theory”, though most of it’s adherents don’t know the name. Today, I’m going to thoroughly scrutinize the golden section hypothesis, and – as a nonbeliever – I’m […]

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On Style

Many photographers are concerned with style. . “What’s my style?” “Do I have a recognizable style?” “Is my style consistent?” “How can I develop my style?” People with these concerns about style often pointedly choose to adopt recognizable eccentricities of technique, equipment choices, or subject matter, for the explicit purpose of differentiating themselves. Unfortunately, they […]

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