Do you still use a tripod? That seems to be a more common question these days and it got me thinking about the "lowly" tripod and it's history and how I feel it is still an important aspect of photography. Tripods have been around since the beginning of photography. Back in the day, the cameras … Continue reading Do you Tripod?
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?
Well, we made it to 2019. Is the turning of a new year a big deal for you? If so, that's great. It can be a wonderful milestone to make some commitments to yourself, or others, for the coming days. Everyone has their own level of commitment to the sentiment of New Years. For … Continue reading New Years Resolutions for Photography?
A quick post this week as I just returned from a business trip and had a ton to do, along with my day job. I've picked up on an interesting trend in myself I thought I'd share. Going about my usual days I am photographically observant; I notice the direction and quality of light, look … Continue reading Creating on the Go
My photographic passion is firmly in landscape and nature shooting. It's where I feel at home, where I'm most comfortable, where I have the most to say through my images. However, i have a TON of interests throughout life, outside of photography that I enjoy experiencing. I've always had a camera and take snapshots when … Continue reading Photographic Comfort Zone
Nailed it. That’s a pretty common phrase that we use for many things to describe when we’ve succeeded in a manner that really pleases, or was effortless, or is without much fault. I was recently musing on the concept of “nailing it” in photography. I was thinking about the concept of how I can be … Continue reading Nailed It