I have been an artist for many years, and I was a photographer before that. I have talked about my philosophy about creating images before (and I am sure I
I had brunch today with a group of artist friends. Most of these friends are painters and we were having a conversation on what makes an artist, and the difference
One of the things that seems to confuse new photographers is the fact that everything seems to be the opposite. For example, a small f-number lets in less light than
I went for a short walk with my dad the other day at the Malcolm Knapp research forest. As we were entering the park, I saw this scene and thought
I was with a friend who wanted to run into Golf World for a few minutes. I am not a golfer so I said I would wait by the car.
Post processing is a necessary step in creating a great photo. Back in the day, I had binders full of negatives, slides, and proof prints and I would spend hours in
Feedback from a recent teaching session, along with many of the comments I get, has made me realize I have a lot of knowledge and I need to share more on this