We all use locks in our everyday lives. Even when I lived on a ranch at the TOP of TOPANGA with no locks on the doors, we still had a READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 29: Abstract Images in Nature

Wikipedia describes Abstract Photography as follows: Abstract photography, sometimes called non-objective, experimental, conceptual or concrete photography, is a means of depicting a visual image that does not have an immediate association with READ MORE →


Filling in for Gary I’ll stick with his B&W theme. I’m however going to take two different angles with this challenge. For those of you who are ready for INFRARED READ MORE →

2016 PhotoChallenge Week 1: B&W – MINIMALISM

Welcome to the the 2016 PhotoChallenge! Like last year, Trevor, Steve, and I will each stick to a theme throughout the year. My theme for the year goes back to READ MORE →

2014 Challenge, Week 28: LANDSCAPE – B&W

I’m filling in for Trevor this week. Keeping inline with his LANDSCAPE theme’s, I chose to propel us back to the time of Ansel Adams.  No one can argue that READ MORE →

June Challenge, 2010: Black & White

OK folks, we’re totally late in announcing this challenge. I think it’s one of the first times too. Sorry. Don’t forget about the 2010 Challenge, while you’re at it. But READ MORE →

September Challenge, 2009

I bet you all thought I had forgotten about the September Challenge! Nope, I’ve got Jeremy keeping me on my toes. You know, these monthly challenges were the bread and READ MORE →

2009 Challenge, Day 244: B&W SELF

Today is Tuesday, September 1st, 2009. Today’s theme for the 2009 Challenge is B&W SELF. In honor of the September Challenge, today you need to make a wonderful self portrait, in READ MORE →

2009 Challenge, Day 229: B&W Horizon

Today is Monday, August 17th, 2009. Today’s theme for the 2009 Challenge is B&W Horizon. It’s been a while since we’ve shot some black and white. I love it. You love READ MORE →

2009 Challenge, day 52 B&W: Tree

Today’s theme for the 2009 Challenge is Black & White, Tree. This target is quite common, and easy to compose. All levels of photographer can properly photograph a tree. No READ MORE →