Category Archives: Photography

Lunaria Annua or Happy Birthday to Me!

A few months ago I saw a dried silver dollar plant arrangement at our local grocery store.  I hadn’t seen them since I worked as a gardener in high school, and I’d forgotten all about them and how fascinating and … Continue reading

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Central Park

I have another tutorial in the works–get excited ’cause it’s a good one!–In the meantime, have a gander at this picture I took at Central Park last time I was there.  Now, I would like honest opinions from you lovely … Continue reading

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The House that Book Built

Seeing as I am currently press-less (both the printing and binding kinds), and have no board shear, yet having an endless stream of ideas, I had to do something.  I’ve been thinking about houses and the narratives they are of … Continue reading

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Cran Apple Pie

It’s Thanksgiving, the best holiday of the year, made even more wonderful by the abundantly available fruit native to North America: cranberries.  Why you can’t get fresh cranberries year-round is a mystery to me.  If anything could be considered delicious … Continue reading

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Photo Lightboxes and Object Photos

So I know that when you’re taking pictures of small objects, you really should use a lightbox to diffuse the light, but I thought it was just fine taking pictures on a large white piece of butcher paper.  I did … Continue reading

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Paint.net Experiment

I love my daughter, I love taking pictures, I love Paint.net, I love film strips, and I love grunge, thus I mixed them all together to produce this:  

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