tuesday painterly photo art – sperling

Tuesday painterly Photo Art – Karen Sperling Karen’s exquisite work speaks for itself. I’ll let her tell ‘the rest of the Story.’ “My mother was an artist and my father enjoyed photography, so I’ve been painting and taking photos for … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – tumason

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art – Paul Tumason It’s fun to find new art and artists (to me) once you start poking around. I’m happy to share Paul’s painterly photography work with you today on the Successful-Photographer blog. Paul’s Thoughts on … Continue reading

hummingbird photo – lumix

Hummingbird Photo – Lumix GX8 Hanging out this morning and thought I’d do some camera testing with my Lumix GX8 and the 100-300mm G Vario f4-5.6 (200-600mm equivalent) lens. I made these images handheld with stabilization turned on. Settings for … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – nakamura

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art Karen Nakamura – M.Photog.,M.Artist Judging gets you exposed to a lot of imagery. You can be critically thinking and talking about thousands of photographs over the course of a year. What is interesting is that there … Continue reading

sunday photo/art quote – thoreau

Sunday Photo/Art Quote – Henry David Thoreau Sometimes I head a little far afield of even the art world when I choose the quotes for this Sunday morning art thought. Today is one of those days. But I’ll bring it … Continue reading

sunday photo/art quote – emerson

Sunday Photo/Art Quote – Ralph Waldo Emerson Reaching out to other arts for quotes is a way to keep from becoming inbred in my thinking. If I were only to search for artistic inspiration from other photographers, I believe there … Continue reading

international photographic competition pt 3

International Photographic Competition – Pt 3 Finally! I can get some work done. Like many photographers around the country, I have been watching the judging of the International Photographic Competition hosted by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA). ‘Hiding’ – … Continue reading