Where Do You Want To Photograph In 2014

This New Years day I sat down to work on past images  from the Smoky Mountains. With the Smoky Mountain Workshop only  a few months away it was enjoyable looking over images of mountain streams rushing with spring runoff, delicate blooms of the dogwoods and the soft greens of the young leaves on this cold winter day. 

Smoky Mountain spring runoff and dogwoods

Smoky Mountain spring runoff and dogwoods

On New Year’s Eve I ordered the Epson 9890 on New Year’s  Eve. It will be great having the new Epson for  my printing workflow for the art fairs and if everything goes smoothly with delivery and set up I will be printing with my new 9890 by this weekend.

The start of each new year brings a feeling of exhilaration and enthusiasm for the places that I will be visiting, the images that I will capture and everything that this year will hold for me.  I look forward to another full year of displaying my images at Art Fairs, teaching location workshops while spending time with old and new friends.

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About europeanimages

Light is both the photographer's palette and brush. Harnessing available light is a skill learned through the study of technical theory and then applying it in the field. My goal as a photographer is to search out the images that interest me artistically, then once I have found the essence of that place I use composition and light to enhance the images. View all posts by europeanimages

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