With politics aside, it’s undeniable that Oregon has some fantastic architecture to see. There is still beauty to capture and to share with everyone who has not yet seen what we have to offer.
Photography is like a fire, keep shooting until you burn out. While the ashes continue to fly out of the scene, it takes time and patience to capture that perfect ash between the timeframe of releasing the shutter and bringing it to post-processing.
I get it, a photo of a street would not be really considered “street photography.” However, whether you take a picture of the road or people really matters on where your skill is at.
Christmas is a big deal to a lot of people everywhere, especially with family cheer and carols bringing the mood in the atmosphere to the utmost.
So, that being said, I have decided to take time out of my day to attend an annual event put together by the Mission Mill community.Continue reading “Christmas At Mission Mill”
While we have released the squirrel (Willow) in the wild outdoors, she comes back to feed every single day without failing to show up.Continue reading “12-10-2018: A Squrriel To Remember”
Before I started my first term of college, I was conflicted between which direction of photography I should choose.