Category Archives: photography

JT145 by T.M. Schultze

December 2019 Photo of the Month: JT145

My December 2019 Photo of the Month is JT145, a black and white looking East as the Christmas storm that brought snow to Joshua Tree was coming in. Continue reading

STN27 by T.M. Schultze

My Favorite Photos of 2019 (12 Images)

2019 is coming to a close, and with that, it is time to look over my catalog of images and determine my favorite photos for the year. Continue reading

November 2019 Photo of the Month: SSB4

My November 2019 Photo of the Month is SSB4, photographed after sunset at the Tabletop Reef located at Seaside State Beach in Encinitas. Continue reading

October Photo of the Month: SNT30

My October Photo of the Month is SNT30, a photo taken right by my house at Santee Lakes. Continue reading

CNF50 by T.M. Schultze

September 2019 Photo of the Month: CNF50

My September 2019 Photo of the Month is CNF50, a photo of “Alex’s Tree” made at Lake Henshaw as a Summer monsoonal storm was clearing. Continue reading

LM111 by T.M. Schultze

August 2019 Photo of the Month

My August 2019 Photo of the Month is LM111, taken from San Diego County’s beautiful Garnet Peak in the Laguna Mountains. Continue reading

LM108 by T.M. Schultze

Unprocessed Sunday: LM108

One of the issues with digital photography is simple and obvious:  what does one do with too many images?  I have decided to create a new series focusing on an image (or set of images) that I haven’t previously processed in Adobe Lightroom.  This is…Unprocessed Sunday. Continue reading

WND3 by T.M. Schultze

July 2019 Photo of the Month: WND3

My July 2019 Photo of the Month is WND3, a photograph made at San Diego’s Windansea Beach during a very low tide.

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SC4 by T.M. Schultze

June 2019 Photo of the Month: SC4

My June 2019 Photo of the Month is SC4, a coastal sunset photograph from Sunset Cliffs Natural Park in San Diego. Continue reading

LM110 by T.M. Schultze

May 2019 Photo of the Month: LM110

My May 2019 Photo of the Month is LM110, taken in the Laguna Mountains during a large storm. Continue reading