The Need For Photo Ambassadors

Today I want to share an article by Tim Grey about disrespect that seems to be a trend with some landscape photographers in the past several years.  I believe he … Continue Reading →


How I Photographed A Mountain

Taking pictures of a mountain may seem common place but for me, until I visited Alaska, I had actually never taken a picture of a mountain. Most of my travels … Continue Reading →


World Photo Day…Yesterday

Yesterday was World Photo Day and to celebrate I want to share an old commercial by Kodak.  


Speed, Speed, ISO Speed

The image above was only successful by raising the ISO on my Pentax K10d camera to allow a faster shutter speed for hand holding still. This image was taken in … Continue Reading →


Quickstart Guide To Inkjet Papers

Today I want to share a recent article by Red River Paper about how to choose the correct paper for printing your photography.  In the article they discuss differences in … Continue Reading →


Sigma 150-500mm Lens Review

Several months ago I rented the Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM APO from Camera Lens Rentals to take on my trip to Alaska. First off, I really appreciate the … Continue Reading →


Monsoon Light by James Brandon

Recently James Brandon shared an article about the creation of a rainbow picture and I thought you all might be interested in reading it.  He talks about the picture was … Continue Reading →


First Friday Canton Art District

I just wanted to let anyone that follows me through my blog articles or social media that this Friday, August 7 from 6pm-10pm, is the Canton Art District’s First Friday … Continue Reading →


Do You Feel Guilty?

Very often after my wife and I go out creating pictures, I get lost back on the computer catching up on things and eventually processing my pictures.  But seems like … Continue Reading →


Playing With Panoramics

One of the types of pictures that I decided to create on our trip to Alaska were panoramics. Everyone that has ever visited comments about how big Alaska is, so … Continue Reading →