Judi Penman and her staff at San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce put on another great Rendezvous Back to Route 66 event, with static displays of classic cars, food, music and cruising. After a few years of paid admission to see far fewer cars in a nearby parking lot, it’s great to see the event […]
Each year on Memorial Day I try to visit a national cemetery, whether I am at home on the road. This year I trekked out to Los Angeles National Cemetery for their annual event.
I make a point of visiting the San Bernardino County Fair each year. It gives me a chance photograph carnival rides against the darkening sky and see families enjoying themselves. It reminds me of growing up in San Diego and visiting the Del Mar Fair every year, though on a much smaller scale. I find […]
Without any formal Veterans Day assignments, I ventured out to the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS) campus in West LA, for a self-assignment to make some pictures during their inaugural “Veterans Parade: LA” event. A combined effort of Los Angeles County Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, United War Veterans Council and The American […]
I ventured out yesterday to the 4th annual Rendezvous Back To The Route 66 car show in downtown San Bernardino. Photo skills diminish is not exercised regularly, and so I needed to get out and “Practice, practice practice,” inspired by mentor David Tejada. Using Canon cameras at work and Nikons at home, I sometimes struggle to shift gears between systems. A far […]
Adorama Learning Center posted this nifty story recently. “If you aren’t using photography in your efforts to sell your products or services, you are missing out on a powerful tool. However, the trick is to use this tool effectively. According to a recent article in the New York Times,the total number of photos taken in 2015 […]