Never Stop Learning

Never stop learning. September 30, 2015 As a freelancer for the last 25 years, I’ve become accustomed to the cycles of boom and bust. It’s either so busy that you’re turning down work or so slow you are sending yourself test emails to be sure your server hasn’t gone down.  So I try to keep […]

January 2015 Newsletter

Hi there! Hope to see you at one of my upcoming workshops: Nashville Video Workshop— January 31-February 1 Orlando- February 6-7.   Action & People/ Elements of Photography Dallas- February 20-21.  Basics of Camera Control and Exposure/ Action and People/Creative Lighting Atlanta- March 14-15. Action and People/Landscape and Travel/Basics of Exposure and Camera Control […]

January 2014 Newsletter

What happened to our October, November and December newsletters?  We moved! I’ve spent the last 3 months packing, unpacking and re-arranging so I took a hiatus from the newsletter.  Now that I’m back I have lots of news from the photo world to share.  I’ve got two workshops coming up in June, that I’m excited […]

May Newsletter

Hi There! There were some fascinating things happening in the photo world last month…. Last call for the hands-on workshop that Bill Durrence and I are doing at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens June 1 & 2. Please contact me ASAP to reserve a spot. Normally the Gardens is a great place to be, but for […]

In Case You Missed It V2.0

Compelling Links from the Photo Community: August 4, 2011 Zacuto posts part 2 of their Great Camera Shootout. James Estrin posts a touching tribute to Jerome Liebling. The awesome dudes at Photoshelter share this video of Blake Discher talking about negotiating with clients. Selina Maitreya shares her summer reading list. James Pomerantz re-posts this classic […]

In Case You Missed It V1.0

Compelling Links from the Photo Community: July 28, 2011 Very cool 360VR  from the Discovery Flight Deck. Fantastic Presentation from Tim Mantoani at the Sports Shooter Academy Lighting Luau. Petapixel reports on Google adding EXIF search. Microsoft has released their RAW file viewing Codec for Windows 7. Thinking about downloading the new Mac operating System […]

Great Advice For Young Photographers

I recently got back from visiting my alma mater RIT. My old pal William Snyder was very generous with his time, showing me around the campus. William is now the Chair of the Photojournalism program there.  William was recently interviewed by the good folks at Photo Shelter and had some great advice for young photographers. […]