My desktop computer died. It was a peaceful passing in the middle of the night after a protracted illness. While not unexpected, it’s death does mean some decisions have to be made. How should I replace it? Is it time for a paradigm shift? Should I even replace it, or just rely on a laptop? I’m just not sure. Continue reading “Desktop Dilemma”
This weekend I took part in a “Town and Country Photo Hike” class taught through Furman University’s Continuing Education program. The course was taught be photographer Diane Hopkins-Hughs, and I was looking forward to getting some new tips on photo composition, and learning about new places to shoot in Greenville. Ann Martin also helped lead the class. This session was the “town” portion, and we would be exploring the downtown Greenville area. Next session will be the “country” portion, where we head out into the Upstate somewhere.
In most of the classes I’ve taken there is a wide range of abilities and skills. You have some folks that really are just starting out, and you’ve got some that seem like they are taking the class just to show off how much they already know. Even if the class turns out to be a very beginner class, as this one did, I try my best to stay out of that latter category. I just don’t want to be that guy. Even when a class doesn’t turn out to be quite what I expect, I always try to find something to take back from it. Continue reading “Town and Country Photo Class”