Sunday, January 29, 2012
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Monday, January 16, 2012
I posted this a while back. .... and not to beat a dead horse, here it is again!! Blue Heron took exception to it. He had a couple of criticisms that I took to heart. We talked a couple of days ago and he said his big objection was the discordant note of the bright blue, cool sky next to the warm bronze tones of the building. I felt his point was well taken. So.... here I go again. I warmed up the sky.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Posted by Jon Harwood at 4:43 PM
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
|Laguna Pool, Balboa Park|
Anyway I had a thought. I am looking for five photographers (all my van will hold) who would like to take a trip to San Diego at the crack of dawn next sunday. There are so many great shots to capture down there at the park, before the humans arrive, from plants, to ponds, roses and spanish ornamentation. I walked through the cactus garden this morning and all the aloes are in bloom.
Afterwards we could do as I did this morning and catch some of the street people/market street shots. I drove to Sunset Cliffs today to check out the waves but we could go to the Presidio or Mission de Alcala and then have lunch someplace. We could even do the zoo.
Anybody interested in a group shoot, please let me know. I would want to meet at the Park and Ride near Nessies no later than five. Early light is where the magic happens.
Posted by Blue Heron at 2:37 PM
Sunday, January 8, 2012
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Monday, January 2, 2012
Michael's image lead me to channel Jackson Pollack again with these Sycamores that caught my eye off the 15 near Escondido.
Posted by Jon Harwood at 2:56 PM
Here is a link to some propaganda for the latest camera in the iPhone. I can't escape the notion that cameras are on the verge of dramatic changes as they morph toward overtly being computers with (liquid) lenses. I suspect DSLR types are here to stay for those of us who like to exercise thought and some control but photography in general seems to run off in its own direction.
Posted by Jon Harwood at 10:48 AM