Post Instagram world?

  There is an interesting article by Josh Rose, an LA professional photographer, posted in Medium about the latest changes at Instagram as to how these effect professional photographers. First, interesting to read how pros had adapted to the early stages of Instagram in terms of how to create jobs and income, and what were... Continue Reading →

Memory Pods featured today on VoyageLA.com

Untitled (Memory Pods) 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very honored that VoyageLA.com, a local Southern on-line magazine that features LA's Most Inspiring Stories, posted a shout-out about my recent Instagram post for my Memory Pods project. I was featured in the section for An Artistic Voyage (Exploring Local Creative and Artist Works); as now Trending (it's at... Continue Reading →

Winter Seascapes – January 2019

San Clement North Beach, January 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale Being an old school landscape photographer, I am probably also a bit of a romantic, thus I find that I cannot ignore a potential sublime landscape image when the opportunity arises. While dropping off Ella at the San Clemente train station (yes, the train station is... Continue Reading →

Walking were it might be “Hazardous”

Signage, Arroyo Trabuco trail, January* 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale While walking the Arroyo Trabuco trail I have noticed a number of really deteriorated signs with a wire mesh that appeared to have covered the missing signage. All of these were in really bad condition, thus I could only speculate what was there. This seemed to provide... Continue Reading →

Beach walk & staying heart healthy

Beach walk, Crystal Cove State Park beach, December 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale I will have to admit that one of the great things about living in Southern California is that you are usually not that far from the Pacific Ocean beach and living in south Orange County, the beach is a 15 to 20 minute... Continue Reading →

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