How to do Photograph Flowers, My Favorite Spring Hobby

Tips on Photographing Flowers Spring has finally arrived and I was able to pick daffodils and tulips for my dining room table. That means my camera comes out of it’s winter hibernation and I get into my flower photography again. I’m not Read More …

How to Divide Daffodil Bulbs

I used to be afraid to divide daffodil bulbs, but no longer. Wait, you say you can’t split  them in the spring. Well, that’s just wrong and I’ve proved that this is just not the case. Last year I did a simple Read More …

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has sprung in Nebraska, and I am a happy camper! After a long winter in Nebraska I am more than ready for Spring and it can’t come fast enough. My daffodils are blooming, the buds on the trees are Read More …

19 Interesting Tulip Facts

19 Facts about Tulips you may or may not know. Did you know that the Tulip is the 3rd most popular flower? Or why it should be the flower for Valentines Day? Read More …

Making Tulips “Pop” With Photoshop

A little bit of photoshop editing brings out the beauty in these tulips Read More …

Still Evaluating Shooting RAW Photography vs. JPG?

Professional photographers set their camera on RAW for a reason. See how shooting in RAW give you more editing capability with color and exposure without the destruction of your photo. Read More …

Post Production, Wedding Photography (Days 251-253)

Half the fun of wedding photography is the post production side in Photoshop. The creative projects are limitless, time on the other hand, is not. Read More …