Well Mike Miley and I grabbed our cameras and our journey took us to the Bowl and Pitcher in Riverside State Park in Spokane Washington ……… Sweet Mother of Pear we decided to take a little hike and I think I became a “mountain goat” tonight climbing up and down a load of rocks to get to the amazing little beach.
Taking my Photoshop and Lightroom editing skills to another level….. Infrared editing is amazing to learn
I’ve discovered the world of Infrared Photography recently and I captured my first image this evening. I love the old school retro feeling of the image and so excited to learn how to colorize the images to make them pop.
I would love to connect with other infrared photographers and pick your minds on editing.
Continuing my series of night photography of iconic Spokane landmarks.
ou know with the hustle and bustle of our daily lives we forget the beauty of the cities we live in…. with our photography we can slow down and capture the true beauty that surrounds us.
I’ve been photographing our iconic landmarks in my town of Spokane Washington and truly falling in love with my city again.
Oh my goodness the life of a photographer when editing just keeps on going….. LOL
Took out my Sigma 150-600 for my first photography experience last night and boy that lens is a beast and a heavy piece of glass.
Even though my image I captured isn’t technically the best I love the composition and feeling of the image. I’m definitely going back out and continue working on capturing beautiful images of the moon.
Another iconic landmark in Spokane Washington I photographed today… It’s the Monroe Street Bridge which was build in 1911 an spans the Spokane River. At completion, it was the largest concrete arch bridge in the U.S and the longest in the world.
I had fun photographing the iconic Spokesman-Review building in Spokane Washington which was erected in 1891. The weather was crazy, it went from beautiful sunshine to the skies opening up and pouring rain…… needless to say I was soaked and freezing after this photo shoot….. THE LIFE OF A PHOTOGRAPHER.