Really happy to see Photofocus publish this article I wrote! Its one I had been thinking of for some time, great to see it in print. As the (insert amazing wild animal of choice here) steps out of the edge

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I love technology and innovation, and thanks to it, the amazing things we can do in photography. But, like many photographers, I confess to excessive grumbling about the amount of time spent in front of the computer and away from

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Are you new to IFTT? Then check out this article For many of us in photography, keeping up with the business side is probably not at the top of our list of fun things to do. Realistically, most of us

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Just had my first official article as a contributor on Photofocus.com published. Titled “Photography in the Fog — Photofocus“, I cover tips and techniques on how to make great fog photos in what are often challenging conditions . Really excited

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Looking back over 2016, here are some of my favorite shots from our adventures.  The year provided a variety of photo opportunities, from butterflies, to cowboys, to thunderstorms.  I would love to hear which ones are your favorites! All photos

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Just yesterday I picked up an SLR for the first time.  It was yesterday right?  Not a little over a decade ago…Holy crap, I’ve been a photographer for over a decade! It was a little over ten years ago that

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  Like many people, my first few years of photography were spent going out to shoot as much as possible and trying to learn everything I could about  the subject.  As my portfolio grew, and I started sharing my images

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I’ve been working on a project this summer with some antique cameras, something for me to do on all the rainy days we’ve had so far this year (Yes , there will be an article on ideas for rainy day

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This was shot in Dead Horse Point State Park, near Moab, Utah.  This image was shot as a five image series to create an HDR (High Dynamic Range) image using Photomatix and Photoshop.  The huge difference in dynamic range between

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One of the constants I see with creative people is this weird need to tear apart our own work.  Many of us focus on the “flaws”, thinking not about the finished piece, but the things we could have done better.  I often

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