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A note about the masthead: the image was taken on the Brooklyn Bridge at dusk using a slow shutter speed to illustrate the movement of the vehicles and the streaming of their headlights.
- Fall Path
- Yellow Flower Painting
- Palm Frond in B&W
- National Wildlife Day
- Tuba Player
- Flower Arrangement
- Huyck Falls
- A New Digital Painting
- Panther Ridge
- The Arch
- Lakeside Tree
- Featured Artist
- Florida Wildlife Scene
- A White House
- McKee Gardens Landscape
- Welcome back
- Nice lighting can make anything look good
- Butterfly Painting
- Duck, Duck, Goose
- Down the Stretch
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This image was taken along side a lake here in Florida some time ago. Recently, I cropped it closely and corrected for color, contrast and exposure using both Adobe Lightroom CC and Color Efex Pro 4. Then I experimented with … Continue reading
I recently was the featured artist for the Bellaggio community. Here are some images from that show.
This image was taken at Grassy Waters Wildlife Preserve in West Palm Beach. At this time many of the entrances and trails are closed but a few are still open. Check their website. The bird at the center of the … Continue reading
This image began life as a photograph taken of a nice house on the edge of a lake. I then pulled it into Corel Painter and created a etherial looking digital painting. I often use a form of layers with … Continue reading
McKee Botanical Gardens is known for it beautiful displays of water lilies. But it has other charms as well including this wonderful little bridge. A fine landscape image given the right light and a great reflection in the water. You … Continue reading
OK, welcome back is not for you – but for ME. I have been away for a while so I thought I would begin writing again. The image above is a”big splash”. Taken somewhere I can’t remember but with a … Continue reading
This is an example of combining soft front lighting on the flower to bring out the detail. And, some lighting on the background to produce separation between it and the subject. Here is a nice article on flower lighting techniques … Continue reading
Corel Painter and photos are made for each other. On a recent photo safari, I took this little darling with the Olympus 60mm macro and my Olympus EM5-II. Then using the natural painting program from Corel, I created a painterly … Continue reading
No, this is not a goose but rather a blue billed duck. It probably is the female of Oxyura australis. But maybe not. I could not see the tail feathers, which on the real deal are sort of spiky. This … Continue reading