The “Middle Finger” of Photography

When I photograph a cabbage white butterfly on a flower, I know I don’t have much time to focus and get the right light settings before it flitters off. Also on the checklist are merges that interrupt a clear shot. In the example here, the middle of the frame has the distraction of a leafContinue reading “The “Middle Finger” of Photography”

Leave Well Enough Alone

Took this shot of Burnham Park, Morristown, New Jersey 14 years ago. I caught fish here and played little league baseball nearby. When I returned for a visit a few years ago, the town fathers had installed several fountains in the pond–can’t find the photos-that may have helped stir the water, but the look wasContinue reading “Leave Well Enough Alone”