Andrés Armijo photographed by Raymond L. Armijo at Center for Southwest Research, Zimmerman Library at the University of New Mexico in October 2013.
Monday, January 27, 2014
My presentation is posted here.
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Monday, July 29, 2013
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
I have not been focusing too well on my composition and framing skills in my photos that I post. I have been using my iPhone to take photos, and they are really high quality, but lacks depth of field and focus at times. I'm not at a lack of time or creativity, but for some reason, I just haven't been showing the best of my photos, and I am aware of that. Perhaps the perfectionist in me is telling me this, but then again, I have fortunately gotten away from being such a perfectionist in many aspects of my life, without eschewing integrity. I have been taking photos with the panorama aspect ratio with my iPhone, and that is fun. I guess I have also just been trying to do new things with photos. I was taking a lot with Hipstamatic, and that is very fun and yields interesting results, but you never know what you're going to get. So, I guess maybe that's why I switched back to just regular shots, and maybe I am noticing that.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Please join us on Saturday, March 16, 2013 for the monthly NMGS program. I will be presenting on creative insights and approaches to family history and genealogy. Please see Robert Baca's blog regarding the NMGS Program on March 16, 2013 for more information. Hope to see you there!
Just some snap shots on a short day trip. This church, camposanto and surrounding areas speak for themselves. I do hope that the panoramic shot of the actual entrance and path (walking away from church) to the church shows in its correct aspect ratio. (Plus an additional panoramic facing the church.) Addendum 26 February 2013: Little did I know that it would snow over 6" later that night! But because of the heavy clouds and cold weather, I was not surprised. It would be great to photograph this in snow. With I-40 backed up (closed) for a couple of days now, I imagine by the time I would have time to drive out there again, the snow will be gone. Notwithstanding, I guess this is why it's important to be in the moment. We can recover, record and memorialize, and everything else seems to fleet, as time goes on.