Posts Tagged ‘fine art photography’

Part I – Introduction I’m just back from an awesome photography trip in one of my favorite places, the Adirondacks. I shared the adventure with friends and we were blessed with a good percentage of great weather and brilliant fall color. We had a lot of fun finding landscapes and interesting buildings along our way. […]


A second trip to the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum in Lambertville, NJ turned out even more fun than the first. This time I gathered a group of 20 photo friends and made arrangements for the shoot. We had special permission to use our tripods which is key here. Many of the subjects are in low light, […]


I’ve been going through my photo files from the past year and see there are some images I have overlooked. One collection is from the ‘Coal Piers’ or ‘Graffiti Underground’ in Philadelphia. This is where they used to bring the coal into the city years ago. It has become a playground for graffiti artists, paintball […]


My 12th Time

21Jun13

Looking back through my image folders from the Catskills I figured out that the recent spring Catskills Photographer’s Weekend was my 12th visit. When my friend, Rich became the owner of the Glen Falls House Resort in Round Top, NY years ago I had the idea for the photography weekends, and began recruiting my fellow […]


More MACRO

17Jun13

I thought I’d follow up the MACRO Photography & The Natural World workshop I co-presented on June 15th with more macro images. These images were captured this spring and are all from the natural world. Here are 10 of the tips that participants learned: Macro images require that your chosen center of interest be very […]


Here are two images from from just one of the set-ups we’ll be doing at Pinelands Photography School’s, MACRO Photography & The Natural World workshop next weekend. This is simply seltzer water and some plastic flowers in a small, square tank. I used an ordinary desk lamp and daylight balanced OttLite bulb to illuminate the […]


Going Back

23Mar13

A few weeks ago I took a second trip back to the Lonaconing Silk Mill in Western Maryland. When ‘time was up’ there last summer they practically had to drag me out. I knew there were many more subjects left to photograph and I wasn’t done! Having shot a lot of the machinery and wider […]


You are cordially invited to attend the opening of my virtual 2012 Gallery at: http://www.denisebush.com/photo_home.html The exhibit features 40 favorite images from 2012. Displaying my work this way has been a 1o year tradition, dating back to my digital beginnings in 2003. The pages are easy to navigate by clicking on the ‘first/next photo’ link. […]


The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is loaded with historic structures; mills, barns, schoolrooms, churches and many cabins. It was both interesting and a fun exercise to stop at each site and create some compositions. Even though the light was not always ideal, I tried to make the best of things, worked the scenes and […]