On occasion I post articles to an online magazine called Her View From Home. I wrote this article a while back, but thought the images were fun enough to post on my own blog. Here is the article…. I woke up early on Saturday morning and decided it was a good day to go photograph the capital building in Lincoln. My dad mentioned he was going to an archaeology meeting in Grand Island
I had an art show at the hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. It was a great experience, and I am glad I was given that unique opportunity. One of my friends worked at the hospital and took me to the “Walkway Gallery” and I thought it was perfect. It was a long hallway with nice soft lighting with art on both sides. At the end of the hallway the artist’s name was up
I was looking through my collection of pictures, and ran across this picture I took at Pioneer Village in the historical store. I worked a little HDR magic on it and it had some warm, fun colors.
When you were a kid, did you have plans to sneak away and have a great adventure? I had an active imagination as a child, and I had a “thing” for this abandoned house down the road from where I lived. We called it the “Slaughter” house. (No axe-murderer ever lived there in case you were wondering.) It was located north of Sartoria road…on a dirt road…north of Pleasanton, Nebraska.
Many newbie photographers lack confidence when taking pictures at night. It seems like a daunting task to figure out how to set the camera to get a razor sharp photo. Actually, night photography is easy once you get the hang of it. An easy thing to do when starting out taking night pictures is to go find a fountain that is lit at night. It is fun to practice photographing