- 03/08/2017Nicholas Coffee ~ This photograph was taken days after their 2nd fire. They have had no luck with roasting beans ~ great building 1920's
Comments09/07/2017 #1 Tony BrandstetterThis is a new technique, (for me) of using layers in Photoshop. For years I was always fascinated on how people would write on photographs, different things to document the image and the era it was recorded. Now with layering I am aging the image and having the written word encased on it -
- 06/04/2017The Roads of America - Every weekend when I go out to shoot I always find something interesting. This country is so scenic a photo op at every turn.
- 31/03/2017Very informative guide on commercial real estate photographyThe Commercial Real Estate Photography Guide: Pricing, Delivery Time and Planning Tips | SharpLaunchwww.sharplaunch.com If you've already started to plan a photography commission for a commercial real estate project you'd want to know how much it would costs and how quickly...
- 11/03/2017"A Second In Time" - Here on Beebee, I do not write articles, I don't present how to's and I don't post self improvement tips, I post art, just art
Comments11/03/2017 #2 Yogesh SukalTo the artist, continue such an artistry is my entreaty.
- 05/03/2017King Estate, revisited. On the grounds of this mansion as children we would sled ride in the winter. All of our friends would get together and just ride for hours at a time, we would freeze but man was it fun. In the summer we would walk down to the creek and catch salamanders and watch the trains go by. The long hot days of summer, we hated to see them end.
I wonder what memories the kids today are making looking into their cell phones?
Comments08/01/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 HelfrichHad a few classes way up near the top in the Honors College - intensive German is the one I remember most.
Wherein I learned my last name is a vowel swap for the German word for helpful - hilfreich.
Is it what we learn today? Or is it what we learned decades ago that still is actively part of us?
The funny thing is, I can't see the Cathedral of Learning in my mind without juxtaposing the Richard Serra sculpture outside the Carnegie Museum across the way. Probably because my vantage point was always walking down Forbes....
Comments04/12/2016 #2 Tony BrandstetterSt Anthony's built in 1900 by Polish Immigrants. They worked their day jobs to put food on the table and at night, built this church so they had a place to worship.
That doesn't happen very much these days in America, now a days people want to know what America owes them. Very different times