Just cleaning up a couple of loose ends.
As you may remember, I entered a local photo contest. I have several photos on display in the Albany City Hall and at Two Rivers Market across from the Albany Visitor's Center. Dont' know the results, yet. There is a reception Wednesday evening. There the winners of each division will be announced.
One of my goals was to put the photos up and compare them with the other entries. For example, there are 48 entries in the "Events" category. I have a couple of photos in this class. Probably having low expectations, my goal was to not embarrass myself. I'm pleased to say that my photos are certainly no worse than the others. Mission accomplished.
Yesterday a letter arrived in the mail. The Visitor's Association sent me a letter specifically mentioning a couple of my photos. Enclosed was a release form. They want to use the photos for promotional purposes. Of course, I'm flattered. I keep the rights to the originals while they get free usage. Works for me for now.
This isn't one they asked to use. Just something I fooled with in Photoshop. It puts me in mind of the Red Sky at Morning warning to sailors.
On a recent post a few folks asked for some refresher information on cornering technique.
Would you please let me know if there is a particular part of cornering you wanted to read about? Or just the whole technique in general? I'd be pleased to do so, just let me know what would be useful. Warmer weather is right around the corner and a lot of corner carving is due to start soon! Might as well be as prepared as possible, right?
Miles and smiles,