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New News for Old Readers

I realize most people don’t like change. We love things to remain the same. We love the comfort and security...

Chow Rasta

  This past month I have been working on a story for a client that will be both video and...

Interview: Jon McCormack – March To Read

    My buddy Jon McCormack has always been one of the most generous people I know. I first met...

One Day in the Life of a Man’s Monastery

  I usually don’t post on a Sunday. But, today I couldn’t sleep so I checked my FaceBook and found...

PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards Judging.

My colleagues over at visualpeacemakers.org ran this video in a post yesterday. I thought it was so compelling that I...

Depth of Field: Jerod Foster

Jerod Foster is an editorial and natural history photographer based out of Lubbock, Texas, as well as a photography instructor...

Failure the foundation to greatness.

http://www.thedigitaltrekker.com/2010/12/good-to-great/

Distanced makes the heart grow fonder.

A comment I often hear amongst photographers is how they are terrible at editing their own work. This isn’t just...

A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan

It may seem strange to you, but Afghanistan is one of the places I have always longed to visit. I’ve...

Are your photographs telling the truth?

Recently I read Fernando Gros’ blog post titled, “Telling A Story – Choosing A Story” about his effort to choose...

Thaipusam: The Fruit of Hard Labour

The workshop is officially over. As with most workshops, we took time to view each student’s completed projects. Every one...

Model Shoot: Take 2

With Thaipusam over, today we took the students out for a lesson in working with a model. I had the...

Thaipusam: A Day of Edits

  This is the 5th day of the Thaipusam workshop. Today students spent most of the day learning how to...

The Workshop: Thaipusam

  This is a catch up post for me. I have been so busy with this workshop I have had...

Thaipusam: Pre-Workshop Prep

Gavin Gough and I officially start our 2012 Thaipusam workshop tonight, here in Penang. So yesterday met several of the...

A Talk with Plateau Photo Tours About Tibet 2012

The other day had the pleasure of chatting with Brian Hirschy and Jamin York of Plateau Photo Tours about the...

When Insurance Is No Insurance

Many folks ask me what do I do for camera and gear insurance when I am on the road. In...

Merry Christmas from our family to yours

Today is Christmas day. We had a wonderful time with family over the past few days. A classic Christmas in...

Depth of Field: Keith Talley

I have known Keith Talley for years. Keith he is a commercial photographers out of Texas. Not the glam kind...

Vlog #9: A long way home.

Here is your latest installment of my video blog. We are up to number nine. This week I share with...

Vlog #8 Is photo attribution all it is cracked up to be?

Today we talk about photo attribution. You know, those little words we photographers love to see under our images, “Photo...