Welcome to my blog! I created this site in 2008 to provide a place for showcasing my photos and to provide information or links helpful to other photographers. As time has passed, I've added music videos and information as well. I will occasionally make comments, but will not preach or keep anyone from making comments of their own. Everyone is entitled to an opinion and I love the feedback! My goal is to make this website a regular destination for anyone who loves photography and music and wants to see what I've been up to.

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Saturday, June 11, 2011


Hello again!  I'm excited about a new website I've been developing to sell prints of my images.  After working a long time with a purchased program that was difficult to use and had little or no support, I got fed up and started shopping around for a new company.  I found it! It's called Ifp3. You can learn more about it HERE.

Soon, you will be able to order prints after following a link from this site.  I still need to choose a shipping company, but I hope to have that in place as well as PayPal in about two weeks.  You'll be able to make comments and view slide shows of my galleries in near full-page view, listen to music while you do so, and even store favorite images in your own Light Box.  There also is a link back to this blog. I'll keep you posted!

I also purchased a new camera.  I had to wait about six weeks to get it in the mail, but I assume that was because it's a brand new camera from Nikon and is manufactured in Japan.  The combination of the earthquake, tsunami, and huge demand for the Nikon 
D5100 CMOS DSLR must have been the reason for the delay.  Besides having a high resolution sensor of 16.2 MP, it also has some features that are built in to the camera that provide some cool photos.  One of them is called Selective Color.  It can isolate one to three colors and leave everything else in black and white! I've uploaded a couple of examples here.


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