I'm so glad you found me! I'm a San Francisco photographer, and this blog charts my journey in the ever-evolving world of photography. One of the things I love about photography is that it's a journey, not a destination. I'm constantly learning and meeting wonderful people. Please peruse the blog to your heart's content, then check out my website and feel free to contact me! (I love hearing from you.)

“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham

“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen

Coot, and a Few Links

(Shot in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. There are a lot of coots there, not all of them birds.)

Tabbed browsing (where you can have more than one page open in one browser window) is both a blessing and a curse. I love the freedom of opening a page in a new tab: I can go back and look at it later, and it doesn't interrupt what I'm looking at now.


Then I'm left with 800 tabs that I have opened and therefore have to get through. Some of them are links I'd like to share with you, so I keep them open until I write a post. It can get a bit hairy.

So, in the spirit of getting rid of some of those tabs, here are some links for you, stuff that I found interesting. Feel free to click on them all or ignore them all. Free choice. No one's forcing you to click on anything.

In the spirit of New Year's Resolutions, whether you made any or not, Mostly Lisa has created a list of Ten New Years Resolutions Every Photographer Should Make. I think they are great ideas, no matter what time of the year it is. If you're looking for bigger projects (and longer lists) Christina Dickson over at Digital Photography School has written down 30 Photographic Goals for 2010. Now, I won't get to all 30, but there are certainly some great ideas in there.

For some powerful black and white animal photography, I recommend taking a look at Dark Zoo over at Photography Served. I especially like the ones of the giraffes.

A beautiful example of what can be done with stop motion video, Notte Sento was shot in Rome, and is composed of over 4500 photographs. It's beautiful. You should go watch it.

And, last but not least, need some help with those resolutions? (Assuming you made any.) Check out Zen To Done.

That's it for today, see you tomorrow! Hope you're enjoying your Saturday.