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Depth of Field: John McDermott

Depth of Field: John McDermott

I met John McDermott this past summer in Angkor Wat while I was co-leading a workshop there. McDermott is typical...
Prepping for a Cross Culture Shoot

Prepping for a Cross Culture Shoot

While many of my friends and associates are off to India to attend the Pushkar Camel Festival this week I...
10 Handy Travel Accessories

10 Handy Travel Accessories

Travel is a big part of my work. Of course, when we photographers travel we don’t just carry cameras and...
Is Fear Your Art Director?

Is Fear Your Art Director?

This will be a short post. It’s really just a reminder to take advantage of the moment. This morning I...
Off-Camera Flash Made Easy

Off-Camera Flash Made Easy

Let me set the record straight right here, I am not a strobist. Ninety five percent of the time I...
2012 Workshop Schedule

2012 Workshop Schedule

I’ve received several e-mails asking about next year’s workshop schedule. Realizing that my workshop page was not as easy to...
Multimedia: The Pull Rickshaws of Kolkata

Multimedia: The Pull Rickshaws of Kolkata

Last week I returned from Kolkata ( the city formerly known as Calcutta ), India. I actually didn’t go for...
Random Observations (in America)

Random Observations (in America)

This blog almost is as much about culture as it is about photography. As such, I felt this was a great...
Howrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge

Spent a few hours at the Howrah bridge yesterday. The bridge is a landmark of the area. It connects the...
Rickshaw Pullers of Kolkata

Rickshaw Pullers of Kolkata

  I lived in India for thirteen years. In that time I only ever flew through Calcutta, or Kolkata as...
Introducing The Craft & Vision Community

Introducing The Craft & Vision Community

I am tickled pink to be able to announce the new Craft and Vision Community that David duChemin and the...
Going into depth

Going into depth

I am what some people call an intuitive photographer. By that I mean, I take photographs often by what feels...
Multimedia: Durian, The Scent of a King

Multimedia: Durian, The Scent of a King

I am convinced that the durian is a misunderstood fruit. As you will learn from watching this slideshow that it...
A lite lesson in Light

A lite lesson in Light

Light is a funny thing. To be more precise, the photographers perception of light is a funny thing. I’ve noticed...
Angkor Photo Workshop and the Fruits of our Labour

Angkor Photo Workshop and the Fruits of our Labour

“Hannibal” Smith  in the 1980’s TV series, “The A-Team” used to say “I love it when a plan comes together”. ...
When is a demon not a demon?

When is a demon not a demon?

  Apsara dancers are the traditional dancers of Cambodia. They are the “celestial dancers” that adorn the walls and hallways...
Angkor Photo Workshop

Angkor Photo Workshop

I am currently in one of the most amazing places on the planet, Seim Reap, Cambodia, the home of Angkor...
Multimedia: Fuji X100

Multimedia: Fuji X100

I am back home after a great, but rather wet, trip to the Philippines. It rained almost every day. But,...
Philippines

Philippines

This week I am taking some personal time and going to the Philippines to visit my family. Actually, I have...
My day with the Fuji X100

My day with the Fuji X100

Photo of me, my Fuji X100 and my Brent Black Panama – by Hariman Abd Rahman First, let’s get something...
Depth of Field: David duChemin

Depth of Field: David duChemin

This is the third Depth of Field I have done with David duChemin. David is always an interesting and challenging...
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