Posted on March 14, 2019
Arriving in Bandon, Oregon a couple of years ago, I was preparing for a workshop that was to begin in a couple of days. As I checked into the hotel, I was contemplating how to spend what remained of a blustery and misty afternoon. Just didn’t seem I would be doing much photography. Realizing the […]
Posted on February 6, 2019
Before one can really take advantage of perspective and effectively use it to one’s advantage in compositions, there must be a clear understanding of what it is.
Posted on November 6, 2018
During my recent Missouri Ozark workshop I took the group to a lesser known shut-in along the Ozark Trail between Rocky Falls and Klepzig Mill. It was not a long hike, about a half mile off the main road, crossing a couple light marshy areas through some pines and scattered hardwoods. Soon we had […]
Posted on October 7, 2018
During our recent photography workshop in the Grand Tetons we chose String Lake as our last evening shooting location. Due to a slightly extended stay at an earlier spot, we now found ourselves racing the sun as we made our dash toward String Lake along the Jenny Lake Loop road. Finally arriving, we gathered our […]