Last year I was looking for new subjects to photograph when I stumbled upon an idea to take pictures of things I could find in the street gutter. I took these photos for several months before finally putting them up on Instagram for others to see. You can also like my Gutterfound page on Facebook …
If you want to perform a silent install of ArcGIS desktop for Windows using the Microsoft Installer (.msi) file, you need the actual .msi file. But finding the .msi file can seem difficult. It’s nowhere to be found on the ESRI download site (that I could find). It turns out to be quite easy to …
Fall is one of my favorite seasons of the year. The heat of Summer dissipates, we start thinking of upcoming holidays, and we are treated to beautiful colors from the trees and other plant life as they prepare to tuck themselves away for the nearing Winter. Unfortunately, that color doesn’t hang on for long. I …
I sat there
phone to my ear
watching someone elses screen –
We waited in awkward silence
not knowing if the other
was busy doing something else
or about to speak.
We stared at the screen,
The green bar slowly edging
closer to 100 percent.
The next time you’re looking for a photo, a video, or someone’s opinion online, try going to page 8 of the results. We miss so much good information because we think Google gets the first page right all the time. Try digging a little deeper and you might be surprised what you come up with.
Today I was checking out at the grocery store and the clerk said the credit card scanner was going to ask me if I wanted to round up to the nearest dollar to help fight children’s hunger. But the card reader never asked. It just said thank you, please remove your card. Then the clerk …
“In Between Worlds” is a camera movement and multiple exposure photograph that I made from several pictures of decorative grasses in my front yard on a bit of a stormy afternoon. I combined the lightest parts of the images (the golden grasses) so they would be intertwined and give depth to the final picture. The …
Forest light was created using two techniques: intentional camera movement and multiple exposure. You can view this image and the rest of the images in the gallery by visiting https://ryandavisonphotography.com/portfolio/end-of-winter/