JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 11.23.19

JSP Visual Week In Review. 11.23.19

Here we are, late November.

The chill and dampness is definitely in the air here. Broke out my scarf (bought in Tokyo!) for the first time.

The weather matches the days. I always view November as chilly and colorless.

All those golden and red leaves are off the trees and the greens and reds of Christmastime haven’t taken hold yet.

Flat brown. Gray skies. Dull reds. This is the palette of November in New Jersey

But you try to find the color where you can, be it an early morning sunrise, a firey sunset or a pair of red rain boots.

Or maybe try shooting in black & white to see what that gets you.

Make your own color palette to suit your needs.

Always be shooting.

And next week at this time, I won’t be in New Jersey. Stay tuned!

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This Week’s Links: 

What I Read This Week: Started a paper copy of LOST HORIZON, an e-book version of THE TAKING OF PELHAM 123 and an e-book of CRUEL WINTER: A Cork County Mystery

What I Watched This Week: The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash

PDN: Trump’s hand-written notes in close-up

PDN: RIP Terry O’Neill, chronicler of the 1960s

Rangefinder: From Scientist to Photographer

NY Times: His photos spoke volumes

Watch: Is this the greatest sports photograph?

Watch/Listen: Kenneth Jarecke talks to Joe McNally (this is a great interview.)

November 24, 1963

“All you need is a little bit of luck and enough muscle to click the shutter.” ~ David Seymour (November 20, 1911 – November 10, 1956)

© Mark V. Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | All Rights Reserved 2019

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