Monday, September 22, 2008

I Have Decided to Share...

...some images. I have TONS of pictures floating around on this computer network of mine. And I keep taking more. After all, the more photos you shoot, the better you become, right? I just need to learn to DELETE some of them.

Anyway, I have decided to be generous and share my images with the world. Not just via this Blog or through my photo sharing sites, but on my Web site.

I figure folks might appreciate some different wallpaper images. Or images for their own Web site or Blog. Whatever. We all know I'll never become a professional photographer. So why not just share?

The first shot you see on this post is my favorite. I darkened it with Photoshop a bit. (You gotta love the BOKEH!)

I really like this one, too.

That's one of the benefits of having an 8 megapixel camera. The photos are huge. So you can zoom in on a specific segment of a photo, crop it, and you have a separate, very cool image. You can do the same thing with photos shot at lower megapixels, the final image will just be smaller.

Here's another example...

That's a neat, colorful, textury shot. It's just a small piece of this photo...

If you'd like some FREE WALLPAPER or just want to see the rest of my wallpaper images, just follow one of the links I conveniently place in the first half of this sentence.

Let me know what you think! And be sure to tell your friends. About this Blog and about the aforementioned FREE WALLPAPER.

By the way, HAPPY FALL!!! It's my favorite time of year. The colors fascinate me. Can you tell?


  1. I really like all of the water drop pictures on the grass and stuff. One day I hope to be as good at this stuff as you. (I guess first I need to convince TJ I need a new camera though :-)

  2. Aw, thanks. (-:

    All you really need is a camera with a macro or "flower" setting, a steady hand, and no irrational fear of being caught in the woods or in the middle of a country road on your hands and knees with a camera! Plus a little editing skill. Just for the extra pop!

    The cool thing about the water drops is, if you look closely at the one in the bottom sent and just to the right of that, you can see me. I was standing taking that picture.


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