Posts Tagged ‘details’

Museums are great places to take your camera, if they let you … not all museums do. So when an exclusive opportunity arose for a photo club trip to the local, ‘Museum of the Mountain West’ I was in. Because it was in the middle of a bright, sunny day I decided ahead of time […]


Classic Relics

15Jan17

Here are some images shot in an antique car lot not too far from home. The cars are lined up close to one another and their surroundings leave a little to be desired when it comes to picture-making. I decided to forgo my tripod and shoot more freely getting in close with my seldom used […]


When I visit a location my first response is to shoot the obvious, big picture. Once I’m satisfied that I’ve ‘got it’ I try to remember to move in to capture some of the details as well. I guess we could call these detail shots ‘found still-lifes’. When the subjects are weathered, worn, rusty and […]