Up Your Landscape Photography

Up Your Landscape Photography

Every serious photographer undoubtedly has some interest in landscape photography, here are some considerations to up your landscape game. To help illustrate some important trending topics and considerations for not only Landscape Photography, but most generes...
Travel Photography Tips

Travel Photography Tips

Let’s face it, in the world today there are probably very few popular travel destinations that haven’t been documented to death. That makes for quite a challenge to capture compelling travel photos that will keep a viewer engaged.  The world is full of boring images...
Just do it

Just do it

Want to become a better photographer?Put your camera away. Sometimes the best way to become a photographer is to simply put your camera down and just experience those things that you love so much to shoot. As photographers, we often get too caught up in capturing the...
Shot on iPhone

Shot on iPhone

The original iPhone was first released by the late great Steve Jobs on June 29th, 2007. Although it only had a 2 Megapixel camera on the back that captured an image of 320x480px, if forever changed photography.  Here’s how the smartphone changed photography:  1....
Why You Should Shoot Film

Why You Should Shoot Film

Recently I received an email from Kodak, yes Kodak the iconic Rochester, NY company who pioneered many of the products and techniques used in the heyday of analog photography. Guess what, they were trying to sell me a point and shoot film camera! Crazy as it may seem...
10 Beginner Photography Tips

10 Beginner Photography Tips

Like any art form, photography is not a finite skill. In fact, I’ve been shooting commercially and teaching for almost three decades and I’m still learning every day. Here is a short list of my top tips for new and aspiring photographers compiled from experience. It...

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