Introducing, the new and improved, revamped and restyled Denice Woyski Photography website and blog!
The Quiescentaceous Period
My sabbatical was too-long. Hours of navel-gazing yielded fuzzy results. Contemplative soul-searching reached new depths. I was overwhelmed by the gigantically huge number of photo bytes (a googolplex!) on 16 different drives and put off the organization task for far too long. But once I finally got started (thank you wildest and wettest winter on record) I finally figured out what to do next. I realized I have a lot of amazing adventures that get documented on a sensor (film is a lot sexier to say, but I’m a 21st century kinda photographer), and like my adventures in Paris, I could be sharing them. So, voilà!
The Existentaceous Period
My new and improved blog consists mostly of photo essays about past and present adventures and explorations. Since I’m including the past, maybe, just maybe, I can finally finish Paris. Although I made a couple of attempts after I got home, I didn’t finish it. I didn’t create posts up to the time we came back to the U.S. It’s one of those things that’s been nagging at me, it’s a story without an ending, and that just won’t do. So there WILL be more Paris stories, but if you haven’t seen the previous one or want to refresh your memory, you can find it here. Here’s the thing though; my Paris blog was chronological and this one won’t be. It will definitely be whimsical, capricious and totally dependent on which photo file I open today.
But wait! There’s more!
I am a photographer more than a storyteller, so I will also dedicate some posts and articles to photography; tips and tricks, how-tos, and gear reviews. And…I have a new project coming up; private photo lessons for beginner photographers and for photographers who want to take their photography skills to the next level. The lessons are personalized to match your skill level and will focus on what YOU want to improve the most. Stay tuned!
Where are the photos?
Because this is a photo essay blog, I can’t have a photo-less first post. I’ll write a proper post on this place soon enough, but right now it is hot hot hot and I find myself really wishing I was here. I mean there. At Point Reyes National Seashore. Enjoy!