It’s been a busy Spring, and as usual for me, a season of change.
My photography has more variety lately, and I’m looking forward to being as creative as possible.
One change has been starting a Facebook page for Greg Winston Photography.
Although photography is a huge part of my life, somehow I felt like I was pushing it on my friends on Facebook.
Now if people want to see the latest they can go to the Facebook page and check for new posts, and of course, share.
With a shift in my work I needed to get more involved in social networking. Aj and Heather at Gliffen Designs have been a big help getting me up to speed on facebook, and making changes to the website.
Working with Alex at Good Chemistry has been a huge help, and as I move forward in the ever changing world of photography I look forward to turning to Alex for his insights.
I never get out enough to shoot, so recently I headed out with a friend even though the weather forecast was grim, we agreed, we just needed to get out and move. My partner was Jim Woodmencey, THE meteorologist in Jackson Hole, and mountain weather guru at Mountainweather.com.
Needless to say there were updates as we hiked, and they didn’t get better. These days I’m shooting more “mountain lifestyle” images so the weather didn’t matter much, but when the temperature dropped, the graupel started, and the light went gray we headed down.
But of course I had to grab a few shots…