EvergladesGreg Hark Personal Projects:

After photographing an expansive amount of commissioned work for over two decades,  I  still get great pleasure to take pictures for personal enjoyment. With the age of digital arriving around 25 years ago, I have had the privilege of experiencing the changes in the thought process of picture taking and learning new techniques and art form. While digital has made it simpler for anyone to take a good photo, technique pictures require a large amount of knowledge in composition and creativity to have your picture stand out. Today's advanced post-processing method at the lab and now lies with each photographer. Photoshop and other software plug-ins offer us a tremendous amount of creative choices! It is sometimes hard to know when to stop creating when working with an image.
The Personal Projects are meant to be a collection of fun subject matter. A place to display examples of enjoyable images without limitations and simply show photographs and ideas that brew around in my head. It is great fun to carry a point and shoot digital camera while out and about and to play around with angles and just shoot at the moment.
I plan on adding many more categories over the coming years and welcome any comments or questions about the images seen. We will include some simple techniques and pointers on photographing as well in the future.
It is interesting to take pictures just for the sake of testing a concept. Playful pictures can result in stirring up the creative juices, which later can influence a work assignment or an artistic theme.
Pictures of Food
This is a place to show off the many hundreds of food pictures I have photographed with my point and shoot cameras of family dinners or just an artist creation of a restaurant chief meal.
It is fun to play around with the images from a project or just snaps of a day with the camera. Trying new techniques in Photoshop and other programs to create the vision one had or has in the final image.
Joshua Tree:
Joshua Tree National Park located in California was breathtaking watching the warm yellow light bake the outcrop of rocks growing everywhere. Every turn of the road offers another unique view. The hiking and rock climbing was a real treat. The rocks and area resonated with a wonderful energy! When the day dissolved into the night each sunset played with the clouds to give my eye and camera an explosion of colors.

Pictures of Risque

San Francisco Bridge:

As I was trying out my new panoramic tripod head while photographing the San Francisco bridge the fog was rolling in the mountains. Next thing you know it the whole bay was covered in a dense fog. I choose to make the colors of another world to capture the surreal effect I witnessed.

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