Finding great light outside of a studio setting.Read More
What I’m really trying to say is that I often hear this concern at art events that I’m at: “I just don’t know if this will work in my living room,” (or bedroom, office, etc). People are genuinely afraid of buying a piece of artwork and it will look like crap after they take it home. ... Read more …Read More
Who is this for?
You've got a DSLR, mirrorless, or point-and-shoot camera, but are disappointed with your results. You're probably relatively new to photography, or are now wanting to dedicate some of your time to learning more. I can help.Read More
Revealing the beauty of shape and texture - To see in color truly is a wondrous experience. But take all or part of it away, and another world is revealed.Read More
Lessons Learned So Far in Long Exposure Photography...and what the heck is long exposure photography?
There's something for everyone in this blog post. I'll start with a definition, then show you some major mistakes, some lesser mistakes, and many lessons learned. For some of you, even though you have no desire take these kind of photographs, you might have wondered a bit how they were made.Read More
What goes in to doing an art fair?
This blog post is geared towards people who go to art fairs to shop and appreciate the work, not the art fair vendor themselves. If you've ever wondered what happens outside of your brief visit inside someone's art fair tent, read on!
It always takes me longer than I think it will......Read More
ILLUSIONS - For me, photography is my way of creating an illusion. Sometimes it's as simple as capturing what is right in front of me. Other times I also add my own creative ideas. Read more....Read More