The Rutter

According to Wikipedia, a Rutter is a mariner’s handbook of written sailing directions. Any explorer would keep a Rutter, or a logbook where they would journal items like:

  • instructions on how to repeat an effect applied in Lightroom or Photoshop
  • notes about the gear I’m using while in the field and in the office

It is meant to be our reference manual if you will, which is basically the function of a Rutter.

The Evolution Continues

Working in the Office by David Scott.

Liddy was reviewing the site the other day and suggested we add galleries that are focused on the places we visit rather than just types of photography.

Northwest Places

And well, maybe some places a little farther afield.

As part of our evolution of this site, we took Liddy’s advice and have organized our galleries by location. Primarily by Province or State, but if the collection becomes too unwieldy, we will subdivide by town on country or some regional designation.

Introducing The Rutter

Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

A Small Frustration

I have been publishing my photographic work on the web for a number of years now. It is gratifying to receive your likes and comments about my work.

I have been frustrated however, as I haven’t been able to figure out how to present more than just the photos. I want to share some of my learnings about travel and photography. Case in point, our recent trip to Utah and some of their National Parks. I don’t think those posts fit well under the Northwest Moments category.

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