Traveling these days is complicated but I still like to explore with my camera. It was autumn with bright sunny sky and trees turning color. I took several walks around the nearby neighborhoods. Some are taken with iPhone 11, and others with my Pen-F. Below are the photographs I captured. JSH
Covid has kept me close to home. My photographic excursions has me exploring Suburbia. Here is one image that has great soft light. I like how the yard is in shadow.
I'll coach you on how to improve your image by choosing to have it a color or B&W image. https://youtu.be/1I9YsHfoPwo
https://youtu.be/z-4EcPIvvrI You may not know this but there are better ways to hold a camera. I share what I know from my experience.
As part of my final project for Ohio Center for Broadcasting, Lakewood, Colorado, we were tasked with creating a music video. I did mine in the classic MTV style. It took four takes to film each player. The drums were the loudest angle but I stood there with my camera between the symbols and drums.... Continue Reading →
I25 North through southern Colorado. These really look awesome when seen as a 7x21 inch print. (or larger!) The clouds have some funky texture due to the resolution or lack there of. See square section image at the bottom of the page.
My presentation for Cherry Creek Toastmasters outlined how I learned photography. Listen to learn more about my background. https://youtu.be/FXcfSuJlINk
Out of work Looking No calls . . . It's one of those Covid days. The backstory of “A Covid Kind-Of-Day” It was early afternoon. I was bored out of my mind. The interviews the week before, all fell through. I began to watch “Rum Diary” and got thirsty and inspired. I grabbed my camera,... Continue Reading →
I often go for walk at Cherry Creek State Park outside of Denver. Denver is very dry during the summer months but in between Spring and Summer there is a magical time where the landscape looks like a place that could be from the wetlands of the Northeastern parts of the USA. It was on... Continue Reading →
Having made the transition back to black and white, I went through my photographs I took in January 2019 at the Grand Canyon and converted several of them to black and white. I find many of the B&W versions are better than the colour ones. What do you think? Please help me by sharing this... Continue Reading →
Weather he knew it or not, I had a connection to Paul Caponigro. While working and learning from David Travis at Elmi Graphics, we made Cibachrome (color) prints for Paul. Last year, 30 years later, I sent Paul a letter introducing myself and how I knew him. He wrote back opening up an opportunity for... Continue Reading →
It is the year 2020. How appropriate it is to look back over the 44 years since I first bought a 35mm SLR camera and began my photography. Maybe to look at the physical me is a good place to start. I have assembled the self-portraits I have from those years. They are not the... Continue Reading →
PAUL CAPONIGRO : SIXTY YEARS "A retrospective exhibition by one of the world's most significant master photographers still working today." I went to see the retrospective of photographer Paul Caponigro at the Obscura Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. My drive down to the gallery took less time than anticipated. This turned out to... Continue Reading →
These images were captured in November 2019 at Garden of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal. Please help me by sharing this with a friend. Thank you JSH
Beginning with my trip to Montery, CA in early spring this year, I'm rediscovering B&W. It's a fascinating process, both chemically or digitally, plus being forced to visualize the basics of an image void of reality's color. It's very refreshing. ... Continue Reading →