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2014 Classes and Workshops

One of the things I enjoy most about photography is sharing my enthusiasm, knowledge and experiences about photography in the classes and workshops I teach and the presentations that I make. Photography learning never ends. We must challenge ourselves to expand our horizons, and must continually hone our “craft,” our skills and vision. On my ... Read more

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Facebook Users BEWARE !!!

Beginning today, Facebook has significantly changed its Terms of Service (TOS), which has important implications for all Facebook users, but especially for photographers. As a Facebook user, I received an email about a week ago mentioning that changes were coming, and linking to the proposed changes in their TOS. I skimmed the changes and was ... Read more

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An Historical Perspective

Depending on your reading of history, photography is approximately 175 years old, give or take. Daguerre, Nicephore Niepce, William Henry Fox Talbot, Antoine Claudet, George Barnard, Eadweard Muybridge, Edward Curtis, Alfred Stieglitz, Frederick Evans, Eduard Steichen, Paul Strand, Walker Evans, Edward Weston, Bill Brandt, Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams were just a few of the ... Read more

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Adobe Retreats – But Probably, Just Temporarily …

In my November 18th, 2011 blog post, titled, “Adobe’s New Upgrade Policy,” I highlighted the fact that many Photoshop users would be forced to upgrade to each new version of Photoshop in order to get the “discounted” upgrade price on the new version. Not owning the most recent version would have necessitated paying full price ... Read more

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