Another socially distanced holiday is upon us so we ended up doing a small celebration with close friends. And then there’s the photogeek that figures the alliteration would be cool. All that added up to Monochrome Memorial Day.
So I grabbed my Micro Four Thirds camera (yes, I still love Olympus) and used the built in black and white Art filter. Luckily, I liked the output and put together the collage in the Olympus software.
It was hard to fight the natural inclination to put the images in Lightroom, but I did. And I still like the images.
So, I’ve been trying to figure out how to remind people that I’m a photographer. COVID-19 slowed business to a halt, as it has with many, many other businesses. And even before that, publications in Louisville ran out of money for freelance shutterbugs. Of course, that makes it difficult to survive as a creative.
Continue reading “FLASHBACK: March 28, 2012”
When you visit your friends to enjoy fellowship in the time of Covid-19 and you end up having a little puppy time, too.
Misty and I had date night in the Highlands at the annual HighlandsFest. By Tuesday in Louisville it’s going to be almost 100 degrees, so a good warm, but not hot, Saturday evening around the more bohemian of people sounded like a good plan. Including that mean mugging dude above. Continue reading “HighlandsFest on Baxter Avenue”
So Dakota is spending some time at the Girton Compound and ended up celebrating his first birthday. But what’s a birthday without pictures.
Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Who’s A Big Sweetie?”
I’ve been struggling to write this story for a while now because I want to do it justice, but the circumstances are such that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to express how deep my admiration is for Amanda (obviously a different Amanda from the last update). Continue reading “Amanda’s story”