Weekly Photo Quote: Andrew Vachss

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “…it all comes down to the same thing. You can’t make anything happen, you just have to be ready when it does. “- Andrew Vachss … Continue Reading →


Focus on Reflections

Typically when I am out creating nature pictures I like to have maximum depth-of-field to have everything in focus. But recently I came across an image of the Fall trees … Continue Reading →


Weekly Photo Quote: Burk Uzzle

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “A photographer’s best pictures are from deep inside him, and also some of the worst. Some photographers enjoy distinguished careers without ever taking personal photographs. … Continue Reading →


Before and After – GND

Years ago, when film was supreme with photographers, there was one way to control dynamic range in a sunrise or sunset image. That was using a graduated neutral density (GND) … Continue Reading →


Weekly Photo Quote: Jerry Uelsmann

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “And young people who are learning digital skills discover that the real challenge is coming up with an image that resonates, first of all, with … Continue Reading →


Shutter Hat

Image from FM Photography website Recently I received my rain cover for my camera and lens to protect them while out creating pictures. It is called the Shutter Hat and … Continue Reading →


Weekly Photo Quote: Stephanie Torbert

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “I am very likely to stand in front of a scene or object and wait for it to tell me something. Photography is like a … Continue Reading →


One-On-One

Had my first opportunity to hold a one-on-one workshop session last Sunday. The client was a wonderful lady that had experience with a 35mm film cameras, but since has been … Continue Reading →


Weekly Photo Quote: Edward K. Thompson

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “Don’t tell me about the pictures you didn’t get. Just show me the good ones you got.” – Edward K. Thompson


Weekly Photo Quote: Alex Tehrani

Weekly photo quote to inspire. “Anyone can shoot chaos. But the most perceptive photographers can make compelling pictures out of uninteresting moments.” – Alex Tehrani