An App a Day, Keeps the … Part 2 of 3

In the first post in this series, we discussed that knowing the direction of sunlight (or moonlight) has an enormous impact on your photograph, and suggested some fantastic apps that can help you plan ahead for where the light will be. In this post, we’ll take it to the next step, because knowing where the […]

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Artists Giving to Charities – To Give or Not to Give

I have been donating my work to a number of charities for many years. Each year, I get at least a dozen requests to contribute photographs for charity auctions. I have selected three charities that I strongly believe in, and gladly contribute to their annual charity auctions. I know many other artists who do the […]

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An App a Day, Keeps the … Part 1 of 3

I am an avid iPhone user. But the telephone capability has been the least used application on my iPhone! There are thousands of photography applications for the iPhone, and as a landscape photographer, I have searched and found apps that have become invaluable to my photography. While some of the apps mentioned may be available […]

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Presenting Photography Portfolios

A continuing challenge for artists of all media, is presenting work to potential clients, whether it be art collectors or art consultants. While most of us use websites, or show our work using an iPad, there is nothing like seeing the actual piece of art “up close and personal.” As a photographer, I constantly hear, […]

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Lightroom Intensive Workshop Follow-Up – Sunflower Shoot

Seven students from my recent Lightroom Intensive 2-day workshops attended our follow-up shooting and processing session.  The challenge was arriving at the shooting location at 5:30am, and all made it safely!  At 6am the temperature was 80 degrees and the humidity was a drenching 80%, and the mosquitoes were served a buffet breakfast – us […]

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Time-Lapse Beauty

Alex Cherney’s “Ocean Sky” is a fantastic example of time-lapse photography. Watch this, and see if you don’t agree! Be sure your speakers are turned-on. Ocean Sky

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Abstract Reality – Real or Imagined

Those that know my typical photographic subjects may be surprised by the new gallery I have added to my website. Rarely do I photograph images that would be considered abstracts, but the new gallery, “Abstract Reality – Real or Imagined,” is exactly that. It was great fun and quite a challenge, but getting out of […]

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