Hi! It’s torrentially raining in Cleveland right now. How’s it going where you are?
What’s inspiring you this week? Any fresh thoughts? Hear any good jokes? Experience any art that moved you?
Hey, blog friends! How was your week? It’s always fun looking forward to a bank holiday weekend — cooking up any Memorial Day plans?
You know, I’ve been thinking. You and I should get to know each other better.
Having photographed weddings in NYC for several years, I’ve seen floral trends come and go. I have developed a bit of a passion for flowers, taken a workshop with Olivier Guigni, and frequently harassed my florist friends for tips and ideas while in their shops as a patron.
The Cleveland International Film Festival has quickly become a yearly tradition for me, every April since returning to CLE. Okay, so I’ve been to 2 so far. But I haven’t missed one yet!
This week’s question comes from my dad! I gave him a lesson in person, and have written it up for all of you.
Q: What’s the difference between photographing scenery and photographing people? -Steve S., Cleveland, OH
A: You will want to use the light very differently for people and scenery. For people, you want to downplay any fine lines and flaws, and for scenery, enhancing the details looks best.
Howdy, blog friends! How has your week been?
Mine was chock full of excitement, starting with the wedding of my dear friends Tony and Andrea in Pittsburgh over the weekend, followed by me relocating to the countryside for part of the summer. The weather has been glorious in Pennsylvania and Ohio, so it was definitely a photo-worthy week.