Tuesday, December 29, 2009
I thought I'd take out 2009 with a few new High Dynamic Range photos that I captured last Sunday. These were taken a couple of miles from my house near Browns Point in N.E. Tacoma, Washington. Make sure you click on each photo for a much better view.
I'd love to know what you think.
To all my friends, and followers of my blog...May you all have a very Creative and Happy New Year!
Saturday, December 19, 2009
I just created 12 glass sculptures / paperweights...if you don't now what to do with the Christmas money you might receive...you could always purchase one of these beautiful glass sculptures! :) It's a gift that can be past down from generation to generation!
To purchase through PayPal, just click on the drop down menu below. Then select the color and code of the glass you want...then click on the PayPal logo.
Make sure the one you select is not already sold. There may be a case where multiple buyers want the same piece - if that happens, the first one to purchase the piece will get it. The other buyers will have their PayPal accounts credited.
By the way...these look ten times better in person! Make sure you click on the photos for a larger, more brilliant view.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
I just created 11 glass sculptures / paperweights. Many have a holiday discount.
These make wonderful Christmas gifts...a gift that can be past down from generation to generation!
Shipping and handling (U.S. Only) is included in the price.
Make sure you click on the photo for a larger view.
To purchase through PayPal, just click on the drop down menu at the bottom of the page. Then select the color and code of the glass you want...then click on the "Pay Now" button.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
I just created 12 glass sculptures / paperweights ...the most I've done in one session. These make wonderful Christmas gifts...a gift that can be past down from generation to generation!
Sorry - All these sculptures are SOLD!
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Those that have purchased one of my glass pieces come to realize that the glass is so much better when viewed in person. What a ray of sunlight does to the glass is pure magic!
Both pieces have been SOLD.
Be sure and click on the images for a closer look.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
HDR Photography is also known as high dynamic range photography. HDR photography is the process of combining 3 or more exposures of the same image. The idea behind high dynamic range photography is to highlight the best exposure for different parts of the same photograph. HDR photography typically works best in outdoor settings, or settings with a wide range of light and color.
The 1st photos in this post were taken at the West Hylebos Wetlands in Federal Way, Washington. The last photos were taken at Alder Lake near Elbe, Washington.
To all my "Plein Air" artist friends - using an HDR photo reference is pretty close to working on location!
I'm still learning how to create these HDR photos, and I'm having a blast doing i! I'd love to know what you think! Make sure you click on the photos for a better view!