"YOUR IMAGINATION IS YOUR PREVIEW TO LIFE'S COMING ATTRACTIONS." – ALBERT EINSTEIN
My mission is to reconstruct my photography skills, which were diminished by brain cancer at the end of 2014. I’ve forgotten how to use f-Stops, what aperture settings are, and all of the knobs on my Nikon D700. I felt overwhelmed by my camera and have recently purchased a Nikon Coolpix P900. It has enough buttons to play with and the clarity and the zoom are excellent. It’s compact so when we travel to South America (in a month!) I don’t have to worry about lenses.
Every week (Monday morning) I’ll read an article about photography, put it into practice, and report back with photographs. Every Thursday, I’ll dig into the vault and post an early photo from my collection. Some of these go way back to 2005, when I moved to Los Angeles to work in Hollywood.
Today, I began posting to my social media outlets with my musings, including photography. Follow along!
I welcome all messages, comments, and even complaints via mail:
I’ll post about my journeys when I’m done traveling.
The opening shot on the main page is always taken during the previous month.