Updates at my main website.

Huge changes are in the works at markhoffmanphotography.com, If you haven’t been there in a while it’s worth the trip. New design. New layout. Just new. There used to be around a thousand images for viewing/sale. Things have been trimmed. A lot. Some of the images will be returning to the various galleries and albums. ... Read more


The Power Of The Print

Limestone Wall

Somewhere I read that information is being amassed and recorded at a rate so prodigious that no single human could read even a single day’s record in his/her entire lifetime. This assertion seems reasonable to me. So what of the historian of the future? Humans, if they still exist, many hundreds of years from now ... Read more


Wigglegrams revisited

An old 50mm prime on the Nikon this time. shooting images in the back yard that I know, in advance, I’m going to make scrollgrams out of. No particular rhyme or reason, just for kicks. This multi-image composition changes viewpoint as you roll your mouse across the frame. point of view Scrollgram. Slowly sweep mouse ... Read more


Rattlesnake! Not again.

Prairie Rattlesnake

Having just added a post about the scarcity of rattlesnakes and encounters with them, I find I must amend that post. Yesterday, on a trek up the side of a hill I’ve been up hundreds of times, I happened upon two Prairie Rattlesnakes within 40 feet of one another. This particular hillside and I have ... Read more


Jewel Thieves

Thief

Thought for the day: The precarious human predicament owes its existence to thieves. Jewel thieves. Good ones. Except that “jewel” is misspelled. The word is joule. A term describing energy. That’s important to humans because we use joules all the time. We use them every second of every day our entire lives. Without them we’d ... Read more


Wigglegrams have invaded my brain!

OK, so maybe this is getting out of hand, but new ideas for ways to use the amazing wigglegram (scrollgram, actually) keep popping up. Take this one for instance. A chameleon pepper plant that changes from color to grayscale. This multi-image composition changes slowly from color to black and white as you roll your mouse ... Read more


Sea of humanity

I was looking at some photos today on the weather channel’s website, of all places. Photos of the most crowded beaches on earth. The photos showed throngs of people, packed together like sardines in a can, arranged along ocean beaches at various places throughout the world. These photos were taken from an elevated position and ... Read more


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