… it's sort of a photography sketchbook …
I might have to try the shutter priority mode on this new little camera to see if I can freeze motion on these little fairies. Assuming they will come out again tomorrow. Hmm…
I love them unfrozen, too … Warm and utterly alive. 🙂
Thanks! (I like them this way, too… but as a camera exercise… I might try to “freeze” ’em. If they show up again today… Similar weather conditions promised… So… we’ll see!)
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a place for me to post creative experiments, reflections about the creative process, and notes about things I'm learning.
The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera. - Dorothea Lange
The original self is a seed of wondrous possibility and reeks with pleasure. - Thomas Moore, from the preface of his book Original Self
The Practice of Contemplative Photography by Michael Wood and Andy Karr
Seeing Fresh - website by the authors of the above book
Steal Like an Artist
by Austin Kleon
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