Just a short announcement today! I'm doing a "Feature February" this month where I share interviews I've had with some of my favorite photographers from Instagram. If you look above, you'll see a tab labeled Featured Photographers; this is where you can find them! They'll also be on the Entirety page. I can't wait for… Continue reading Feature February!
Last week, I posted Who I Currently Resemble As A Photographer: Robert Adams. Today I'd like to talk about the photographer I aim to be like: Ansel Adams (no relation to Robert). His black and white landscape photography is phenomenal! Like Robert Adams, Ansel Adams focused on the American West, but he also captured so much… Continue reading Ansel Adams: Who I Aim To Be
I recently took a college photography class, and one of the assignments was to look through a list of landscape photographers, and pick one who we thought we were similar to in terms of style and composition. I found photographer Robert Adams, who focused on the American West and its changing landscape. Many of his… Continue reading Who I Currently Resemble As A Photographer: Robert Adams
So, I had never been to a national park before until I visited England. I mainly only had US ones on my list to visit such as Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Mount Rainier. Charlotte took us to Snowdonia National Park in Wales, and it was incredible! Unfortunately, we didn't explore too much, but if we had more… Continue reading Snowdonia National Park, Wales
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! When I was in England, I noticed many things that were a bit different from things in the States. Here are some of the most noticeable ones: Roundabouts everywhere -->> No stop signs: Don't know how well I'd do driving there.. No turn on red Construction is done… Continue reading Major Differences – England vs USA