Tag: photos by jeff

Affinity Photo for Desktop 1.5.2 Review

At DPReview, I review Affinity Photo for Desktop (the Mac version), an affordable image editor with nearly all the features you need, minus a monthly subscription fee.

Second Beach

Photos from a wonderful weekend camping at Second Beach, near La Push, Washington.

Photographing Glenn Fleishman’s “Hands On” Letterpress Book

Adobe Create has published a photo essay I made about Glenn Fleishman's hand-printed book "Hands On: The Original Digital." I've got your printing-fetish shots right here!

The Palouse

One of the highlights of last year was co-leading a photo workshop to the Palouse area of Eastern Washington.

Lady Bird Johnson Grove Bridge

Two years ago today, I stood under a canopy of fog at the Lady Bird Johnson Grove of redwood trees near Orick, California.

Tulip Trekking in Skagit County

Not being a morning person doesn't stop me from trekking an hour north to shoot the sunrise at the Skagit County Tulip Festival.

Lake Berryessa Spillway Flows Again

A decade ago, I captured the photo above at the Lake Berryessa Spillway, also known as the “Glory Hole.” The spillway is designed to direct overflow water beyond Monticello Dam, and unlike most, this one is a giant funnel that creates a hole in the lake. Seeing it in person is quite interesting, like you’re ...

Rails

Looking through the monorail tracks to the Westin Hotel, downtown Seattle. (Click to view it larger at Flickr.) If you like the work I do, please consider signing up for my low-volume newsletter that I use to announce new projects, items, and giveaways that I think my readers would be interested in.

Foggy Morning Pajamas

A foggy morning provided a few minutes of good photography as my daughter and friends (here, her friend Ainsley) looked out our hotel room window at Great Wolf Lodge. Taking most pictures of these girls needs to be surreptitious these days, because they want to mug for the camera instead of pose. (Click to view ...

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Pudding Creek Trestle at Sunset

The Pudding Creek Trestle in Fort Bragg, California once carried lumber by train, and has since been refurbished as a walkway.