One of my best artworks
“And on the Sabbath day we went out of the city to the riverside, where prayer was customarily made; and we sat down and spoke to the women who met there. Now a certain woman named Lydia heard us. She was a seller of purple from the city of Thyatira, who worshiped God. The Lord … Continue reading Lydia of Thyatira
Life is just too precious to spend all your days and nights sleeping. I sleep 4-6 hours per night so I spend a great deal of time alone during the early morning hours. This helps me to focus. I work out photographic problems and even write some poetry. The following image I took this early … Continue reading Coming Together at 3:00 A.M.
6000 x 4000 RAW+F 5/2 sec. f/11 85mm ISO 400 Nikon D7200
A laborious yet exciting quest led me to discover what I have done wrong regarding focus. Following I have listed some check points I shall follow to control my outcome. I have been practicing since midnight last night photographically obsessed with the final print. The list is as follows in short: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY CHECKLIST: BATTERIESSD … Continue reading A Lesson in Focus
John's interest and passion for photography began nearly 50 years ago. As a former US Marine he photographed fellow Marines during a three week lull waiting for combat training to begin. The results were great but Evans always felt the images could be better. His raison d' etre became his creative side allowing him to … Continue reading John Evans Paavo Oso Arts
Western Tanager resting in our Japanese Red Maple and Snow Flountain Weeping Cherry Trees.
Boise River Near Prairie, Idaho What an amazing day this was. I spent the day with photographer friend Thom Juhl also a photographer | writer | videographer. We spent approximately 8 hours touring the mountainous landscape area near Prairie. I believe this image was captured towards the beginning of our eight hour day-trip. Allow me … Continue reading Prairie Idaho