New Photo Workshop: Dec. 1
Join me for a one-day photo workshop enjoying the holiday splendor of downtown Seattle on December 1!
Pike Place Market Photo Workshop in April
[Update: We had a great time shooting and editing photos at the market. I’m currently working on scheduling the next one. Interested? Send me an email to help me figure out the best date!] I’m leading a one-day photo workshop on April 21 at Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, and a few spots are still ...
The Great Book Larder Bakeoff: Savory Bakes
Judging savory bakes inspired by the Great British Baking Show is a burden, but I'm willing to do my part.
Picking Up the Slack in The Seattle Times
No, this isn't a critique of the Seattle Times. In this case, I'm talking about Slack the communications software.
My Favorite Coffee in Seattle
If you're just visiting Seattle, or you've just moved here, or if, like me, you want to expand your coffee knowledge, here are some of my favorite coffee spots.
A Lightroom mobile HDR Experiment
While shooting the sunset the other night, I tried out the fairly-new HDR capture mode in Lightroom mobile on my iPhone 7. Consider me impressed! The app snaps three photos and merges them together right there, creating a DNG (Adobe’s “digital negative” format) with lots of image information for editing. I’m generally wary of in-camera ...
Sailboats, sky photography, and a cup of coffee to keep me warm while capturing the sunset.
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.
Stay Warm, Cold-Weather Friends
The cold weather today made me think of this photo from December when it snowed here in Seattle. It’s sunny and a brisk 31 degrees F outside now, but friends in Portland are digging out of a foot of snow from the last couple of days! Stay warm.
Rainy Seattle Holiday
Holiday lights in downtown Seattle reflected in the rain. 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.