No time for my project in the last couple of days so I’ll show you some of the pictures that I’ve been making on simple walks, some with the all seeing dog and some by myself.
After all, we all need a little solitude.
Besides, the all seeing dog is starting to show her age. She walks fine, but sometimes she cuts her own walk short. But, on other days she walks until I want to turn back. Lately, that doesn’t happen much mostly because my little procedure seems to have worked pretty well that I don’t hurt.
Now, that’s something.
I have no expectation that the back work would turn out so well. I have a check appointment with my pain specialist next Monday. I think we’ll both agree that it was a success. Neither of us know how long it will last, nor do we know if my inflamed parts might heal. I’m feeling pretty positive.
That, in itself, is a big change.
Next step, much longer walks because I am pretty out of shape barely walking or walking a sniffing around dog’s pace.
That is also a big change.
Stay safe. Stay mighty. You are experts by now so you know the rest. Enjoy all the softness.
One more thing. Don’t be a Neanderthal like the governor of Texas.
Making changes. Since I closed the left column with change, let’s just take it forward.
I’m talking about changing technique.
I used to desire that every part of the picture be as sharp as possible even though in my film days I liked pictures to be filled with motion and blur.
That was because of the early digital revolution when we thought that everything had to be tack sharp.
I got tired of it and so did my clients. Anybody with a digital camera or phone can make sharp pictures. What would be the fun in me doing that?
I keep experimenting with different applications. One of my current approaches is to soften the sky so the subject pops out of the photograph,
This image is an example of that.
Two things remain sharp. The power pole, and the contrails 35,000 feet above. That is an added benefit. I’m not exactly sure that even saw that when I made the picture.