The importance of editing much later

When editing, my images are viewed in a triage system: there are images that are good; there are images that are usable (read salvageable); and there are images that are obviously throw-aways. As I was driving on a dirt road, this image quickly presented itself. I...

Smokies Infrared, Year ONE, Epilogue

We just completed our very first Digital Edge Infrared/ Long Exposure/ B&W specialty workshop. I know it’s a mouthful. However, the prime emphasis was on infrared. Our small group number of 6 worked out well in the field and in the classroom. All had...

Palouse 6_2017 Epilogue

We always look forward to returning to the Palouse, in eastern WA state, and this was the first spring in a few years. We were lucky with weather with billowing and wind blown clouds and some rain, which darkened the fields for great graphics from Steptoe Butte. We...

Random thoughts: Next Chapter

With the passing of my beloved mother, I have a renewed and impassioned sense of urgency to pursue what is important to me: family, friends, and unreservedly following wherever my passions may lead. Currently my professional passion is infrared photography. The...

Random thoughts – finding your passion

• Random thoughts – Passion While in Charleston I ran across long time friend, William Manning, who has become a very busy and well known architectural photographer. We agreed to meet at a local Thai restaurant for a late lunch before he and son, Matthew,...

Creative Techniques and the Art of Self Expression and featured workshop (Iceland)

• Creative Techniques and the Art of Self Expression and featured workshop (Iceland)   We’re proud to announce our latest eBook in our Fine Art Nature Photography series, “Creative Techniques and the Art of Self Expression.” We’re all...