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I like fireworks. I’m not as awed by them as when I was younger, but I still enjoy a good show, whether professional or amateur. And I’m eager to create some of my own in proper DIY fashion using an … Continue reading
Issaquah, Washington is a charming little town. At least, part of it is. Half a mile away is a sprawl of chain-stores, but the old main street still has a lot of charm. You pass a milk-truck filling station on … Continue reading
Taken from my front porch. Sometimes a great scene just comes and finds you where you’re at.
You’ve undoubtedly seen the speeded-up TV ads in which people paint with light, creating all manner of objects and movements. The same thing can be done with still photography — all it takes is a dark location (a closet, or … Continue reading
Took a stroll about an hour after sunset along Olympia’s Percival Landing, and the calm waters and waning light over the Olympics were simply enticing. A reminder that the night is a great time for photography.
Lakefair fireworks over Capitol Lake and the state capitol dome, July 2007.
Just saw this announcement, of interest to photographers: PHOTOGRAPHERS’ RIGHTS: TAKING PICTURES IN PUBLIC PLACESPhotographic Center Northwest, 900 12th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98122Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm SEATTLE— Venkat Balasubramani will discuss the legal rights of … Continue reading