Posts Tagged ‘Multiple exposure Monet’

Seattle Waterfall Garden


While traipsing around Seattle a couple of weeks ago, Rebecca and I saw information about a Waterfall Garden in Pioneer Square neighborhood. We went down to the oldest area of Seattle to explore and learn some about the history of Seattle. To have a waterfall garden in the middle of city is wonderful. Pioneer Square […]

Creative Photography Page 3: Multiple Exposure Monet


Claude Monet had a way of expressing his subjects with a subtleness of brush stoke that still captivates me. Maybe that is why I have fallen in love with this photographic technique that allows me to capture a feeling of time or place with a subtleness of a Monet painting.. This is actually using the […]

My Nature Photography Day Shoot


To celebrate Nature Photography Day, I initially was going to Colditz Cove on the Cumberland Plateau. Then I realized that I had plenty of subjects in my own front yard in our wildflower garden. So, about 630am, I proceeded down the steps with a 200 Micro lens, Nikon D4 and my tripod. At first, I […]