Slow Down, Find Your Story

All too often, as photographers, we run around looking for the perfect shot. It’s easy to snap a picture, move on, snap a picture, move on. Always on the go, looking for the next shot. It could be why they call it a “photowalk”, or it could just be...

Your Life, Without Camera

It’s become second-nature.  Having a camera in your hand, around your neck, or in front of your face.  Usually, you feel better with it than without.  And on the rare occasions when you decide to leave it behind, you feel a little anxious about the shots...

The Weekly Round Up

Over the past couple of weeks there’s been several blog entries by other photographers that have caught my eye, along with several new books and products that have hit the market or will be hitting the market in the near future. First up, Adobe Creative Suite 5...

Mindful Composition and How the 105mm Helped Me Learn It

To this day I think my biggest ‘ah ha’ moment in regards to learning the craft came about 5 days into a 3 week stint of using nothing but my 105mm prime lens to shoot with. Still to this day, it’s my favorite lens to shoot with.  During the 3 weeks...
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