Photography at Kirby’s Mill in New Jersey

2017-06-06T18:55:49-04:00June 6th, 2017|

Creating a Photography Challenge My wife is a quilter which means I am often accompanying her to quilt shows. By the way, I'm a willing participant because seeing this beautiful fabric art is very inspiring for my photography. One of these quilt shows was held at the historic Kirby's Mill, a restored grist mill, in Medford New Jersey. At this show my inspiration turned out to be not just [...]

The Ozark Mountains, Yup, The Ozark Mountains – Part 2

2017-05-19T10:35:45-04:00November 3rd, 2016|

Missouri's Rugged, Beautiful Landscape Here are more photographs from my trip to the Ozark Mountains in Southern Missouri with photographer Craig McCord. In my previous post I showed the old mills we visited which were set in a beautiful and rugged landscape. The photographs below show more of that landscape. There were not a lot of opportunities to photograph the grand landscape of the Ozark [...]

The Great Smoky Mountain Creeks

2017-05-19T10:36:21-04:00May 27th, 2014|

The creeks are one of the things that make the Smoky Mountains great.  Tremont Creek, Smokey Mountain National Park by Richard Lewis 2014 Little River Gorge by Richard Lewis 2014 Dogwoods on Tremont Creek by Richard Lewis 2014 Dark Waters in the Smoky Mountains by Richard Lewis 2014 Waterfall by Tremont Creek by [...]

Bending Time

2017-05-19T10:36:29-04:00August 15th, 2013|

Windy Day on the Mullica River Photographers change reality. Although we essentially record what we see with a camera, we always add our two cents to an image. This is done with the choices we make. Some are done before we click the shutter, like the subject we choose, the camera angle and composition. Some are done afterwards, like converting [...]