We just returned from leading a workshop in Katmai National Park and one of the first things I did when returning home is post our latest podcast interview with Guy Tal. Guy is one of the most creative and introspective artists around today and he has been an inspiration to me in so many ways. … Continue reading Podcast interview with Guy Tal
I love shooting in the Palouse area of Eastern Washington. There is so much variety and creative possibilities. However, there is one thing that I really look forward to shooting and when i see something, I get excited, maybe giddy, with the possibilities.....that is the plethora of natural abstracts in the wheat fields. I use … Continue reading Natural Abstracts
It seems like we are in the golden age of photo editing software, with endless choices and possibilities for editing our software. We should rejoice and be thankful for all of the choice available to us as photographers, Back in "the day", we only had Adobe Photoshop to choose from for any type of intermediate … Continue reading Photo Editing Software – The Golden Age
Do you ever get in to a creative dead zone where you just don't feel any creative juices flowing in you? Perhaps you don't feel like getting out of bed at oh-dark-thirty to head out for a sunrise, or maybe you don't have the desire to sit inside at the computer and work on any … Continue reading Creative Dead Zone?
I was recently having a conversation with someone who is wanting to improve their photography skills and the act of the conversation started a train of thought for me. I do generally find that when I talk or teach about a topic , in this case photography, it is actually quite beneficial for me as … Continue reading The art of art in photography