Monthly Archives: July 2012

From The Washington Post – Google Street View Expanding Into National Parks

Great article describing Google’s visits to National Parks including Yosemite, Death Valley and others. Be sure to check out the links to examples at the end of the article. You could spend a lot of time “visiting”!

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Must Read for Artists of All Persuasions: “The View From The Studio Door” by Ted Orland

From the co-author of “Art and Fear” Ted Orland delves into such issues as What are we really doing when we make art? For that matter, what is art, anyway? How do we find our place in the artistic community? Originally published … Continue reading

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Evening, Santa Lucia Range, Central Coast, California

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Last Light, Pacific Ocean, Central Coast, California

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From PetaPixel – The 7 Levels of Awareness in Becoming a Professional Photographer

It’s informative to be aware of these stages whether or not you’re a professional photographer.

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Ridge and Trees in Evening Light, Santa Lucia Range, California

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From William Neill in Luminous Landscape: “Emotion – The Magic Element”

Along with being an exceptional photographer, William Neill is a wonderful teacher and writer. Here, he describes two occasions where emotion played an important role in creating moving photographs.

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