Do you pay attention to your photography and how you photograph? I sure do. I'm the sort of person who likes to see progress and to look back where I came from to take some pride in how far I've come. I'm what I call a "continual learner", I'm always striving for information and learning, … Continue reading More Experience – Fewer Frames
If I was asked to categorize myself (btw I hate answering this question), I would say I'm a photographer. Period. Then, I might add that I make my living in the photo genre of landscape and nature, but I'm keenly interested in all genres of photography and I don't try to limit my experiences, skills … Continue reading Photojournalist Ken Hawkins
It's the start of a new year and photography workshop season is spinning up. I'm finishing the last bits of preparation for my workshops, updating syllabuses, creating new presentations, researching new locations and finalizing several new teaching courses. It's a lot of work, but it's something that I am highly motivated to do in order … Continue reading Are Photo Workshops right for you?
If you are in to photography and are looking for a fantastic way to quickly process your images, you need to look at Luminar software. I've been using it for the past year alongside Lightroom and Photoshop and let me tell you, I'm so impressed with this software. In fact, throughout the year, I've gradually … Continue reading Luminar Photo Processing – Deals
Just completed a new video for the image editing software Luminar 2018 from the Skylum software company. As I am diving in to learning Luminar as a possible replacement for Adobe Lightroom, I am creating and posting short videos about different aspects of the software. My goal is to provide quick, easily digestible information about … Continue reading Luminar 2018 Photo Editing Video – Preset Overview
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