Rookery, Not a Card Game

This past weekend my wife and I took a little trip one morning to find a blue heron rookery about an hour from us. We were told by some friends … Continue Reading →

Guiding Vision

Today I am sharing an article from Outdoor Photographer Magazine called “Guiding Vision“.  In the article they discuss what Ansel Adams had to say about vision when creating the picture … Continue Reading →

Are You Ticked?

With northern United States having a long, cold, wet winter my wife and I figured that ticks and fleas would not be near as bad as the past few years … Continue Reading →


Today’s post I am sharing an article from Jim Denham about seeing and sharing.  How many times do you hear people say something like ” I never saw that scene … Continue Reading →

Photography Locations: Revisit and Reshoot – Anne McKinnell

Today’s post I am sharing from photographer Anna McKinnell where she discusses how revisiting a place over several times can lead to more creativity.  I did this with my project … Continue Reading →

Catching Flying Subjects

One aspect of nature photography that I do not have much experience with is wildlife, especially flying birds. But I have been learning and going out to practice, making changes … Continue Reading →

Ask James – Real Questions, Honest Answers

Today I would like you all to check out a new site by James Brandon where he is asking people for photography questions that he will answer through his blog.  … Continue Reading →

Selling Photography at Shows 2

This is a continuation of April 28th post talking about my experience at art shows. This past Friday was much better than the Saturday before for selling and profit. We, … Continue Reading →

5 things to Consider for Better Macro Photos

Today’s article is from macro photographer Mike Moats with some thoughts that I feel may help all of our photography. So sit back and enjoy this short article, “5 Things … Continue Reading →

Selling Photography at Shows

Last year I started slowly selling my photography at a couple art shows and this year we are continuing to do smaller shows. The thing that surprises me is what … Continue Reading →