Tag: Photography

A literary pilgrimage to the United Kingdom

Susan L. Schwartz “Dinna fash,” I told myself almost every day of my photographic sojourn to England and Scotland. As every Outlander fan knows, that means “don’t worry” and I didn’t let the September weather and crowds get in the way of taking photos and enjoying my trip. Inspired by the Outlander books and TV…

Croatia and the “Pearls of the Adriatic”

John Triebe In their own words: DIGS photographers write about memorable photographic moments. In September 2018, my wife and I took a small ship cruise with Vantage cruise line that visited several Croatian islands as well as several Croatian cities on the Adriatic coast. For those who have never visited Croatia, it has an extensive…

Photographers learn to manipulate light

Frank Earnest Light is an essential ingredient in the art of photography. Photographers can use natural light, and modify that light with tools called reflectors and diffusers. They may use room lights, photographic lights, flash lights or strobes to illuminate their subjects. In the end, the goal is to learn a variety of lighting techniques…

SaddleBrooke Photographer of the Month – Mark Guinn

Barbara Wilder and Mark Guinn Most of us have moved here from some other state, so it was like going home to see Mark’s slideshow at the December general meeting of the SaddleBrooke Photography Club, titled: “Travels to the Midwest.” He started with the concept of finding colored leaves as he left Rapid City, South…

Photographer of the Month: Michael Reale

Barbara Wilder At the SaddleBrooke Photography Club general meeting in November, our speaker was Michael Reale who presented a slide show featuring his recent trip to the Amazon Basin and Peru. It was an exciting trip, especially since Peru was in the World Cup Soccer Games for the first time in many years. The whole…