Category Archives: Flowers

A Flower, a Person

As much as I dearly love photographing people (and I do dearly love photographing people!) every photographer likes a change of pace. For me, that change of pace is made up of flowers. I love the creative search of color, line, shape, space, and how all of these combine to make a flower image expressive. […]

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First Blossom, Redbud

Above these words you see a closeup of a redbud blossom. Now, this is not just any redbud blossom: three years ago, when we moved to Claremore, I planted this redbud. It was a gift from the yard of a new friend. The tree was a volunteer, you see, and not needed where it came […]

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Spring Hyacinth

And now for something completely useless: a flower! A hyacinth, to be exact. Why is this hyacinth useless? Because, by posting it on my blog, I’m not going to generate anymore clients for my photography business. Nor is the image itself going to be purchased by anyone. And the time spent writing this blog entry […]

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Close Up Photography Class

Yippee! I get to teach again at Tulsa Tech. This time, I’m teaching a course on close up photography. We’ll be using special lenses called “macro” lenses that allow you to get extremely close to small objects and yet still keep them in crisp focus. Of course, in the midst of a gorgeous Oklahoma Spring, […]

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