This will probably be one of my shorter rants. That’s probably because the quote I am going to show you really says it all. I do have a habit of finding things on the internet that spark off rants though. Today, it was some photographer who is trying to organize photo-walks.Read More
There’s no doubt that Andy Royston captures the beauty of the beach every morning. And at dawn, before other people arrive, it is at its best. His artwork is timeless – the waves have been crashing onto the shore here before Fort Lauderdale existed – even before the human race existed.Read More
Andy has had FAR too much fun recently. He has created the first issue of his online magazine and he intends to create a new issue every quarter. This summer issue is full of his fabulous fine art photography, has tips about iPhoneography and its apps plus details about a few things he feels strongly about.Read More
You’d think, wouldn’t you, that after all these years of walking on the beach daily, Andy would have everything off to a fine art. And he had … mostly … until yesterday. You see, when Andy does his morning beach walk, I’m at the computer social media-ing. And that’s what I was doing until his text arrived …Read More
Someone has asked me to be a little clearer about the differences between photography and art photography. (Yes, I know. Me trying to be clear isn’t always easy!) The best way I can do this is to show you a couple of examples, I think.Read More
Me? I’m one of the dawn ghosts.
I’m part of the scenery. There he goes, nose in the iPhone…
In Ft Lauderdale, the A1A wavewall (which I rarely ever shoot, and is in the out-of-shot foreground of a lot of my images) attracts the runners and the joggers and the dawn walkers – there are a lot of us sunrise-compulsives.Read More