I was at the beach the other day, making some beauty shots of my “work truck” – my 2019 RAM Rebel. The images will be used in a social media campaign run by one of the companies that makes accessories for my truck.
I realized that the things that have contributed to the creative side of my photography rarely come from the genre of photography and more often come from other disciplines or other activities.
It’s not a photograph until it is a print… That’s my opinion anyway. I am writing this post […]
Since we live in a world where shouting has replaced talking, and where super-sized meals, extra large airplanes and everything else is screaming for attention, I find myself being drawn more and more to minimalism in my art.
Here are 10 tips that I think will make it easier for you if you are a traveling photographer.
Many of my long-time readers know the story of Cranes in the Fire Mist. I wrote a post on Monday of this week describing that image and the process I went through to get it. Of all my published images, it’s the most well-known.
It’s been more than 10 years since that special day when I captured Cranes in the Fire Mist. My audience has grown significantly since then and/or turned over, so for those who occasionally ask me about the picture – here is a repost of the story.