Being Published in National Geographic Traveler – A Milestone

You never know when or if it will happen. For landscape and travel photographers it is a milestone we wish and hope for. There are so many good and even great photographers out there these […]

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New Focus Stacking eBook & Companion Videos

  I am often asked how I get such clear images of landscapes, macro photography and jewelry shots. The answer is often Focus Stacking. I have finally compiled an ebook with 2 companion videos to […]

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Return of the Galactic Core

For photographers who love shooting images of the night sky, Spring in North America is an exciting time as the Milky Way Galactic Core shows itself again. Albeit in the very early hours of the morning! […]

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Someone Says They Can Do It Cheaper….

But is it worth the risk? It’s your time, loss of quality, unknown quality, having to have it done again, possible loss of customers if they see the low quality photography… The bottom line is: […]

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Wireless Studio Trigger: Paul C. Buff™ Cyber Commander™ Video Training Series

Sometimes when you want something you simply have to make it yourself. Such was the case for this video tutorial series. I have had the Paul C. Buff™ Cyber Commander™ wireless trigger for studio lights […]

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Film Noir Style Photo Shoot

My friend and local actress, Linda Damita, and I sat down to talk about refreshing here portfolio images. The first thing we decided to work on was a vintage Film Noir style shoot. Film Noir […]

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Photographing Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac

One of the things I love is capturing images and the feeling of events, concerts, stage shows, dance and more. When I was offered the chance to photograph gallery show for a music legend, I […]

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White Balance – True Whites and Blacks

Shooting event photos can be challenging in mixed lighting conditions. Such is the case at the Dia De los Muertos (Day of the Dead) event at Tlaquepaque Arts Village in Sedona Arizona. There are halogen, […]

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Guy Forks Mask in Black & White

For those who know me, I’m a fan of black and white photography. Removing the color, paring down the photo to it’s essence, the monochrome, greyscale, lines and composition. The world of digital photography is […]

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Building an Angel Before & After Images

One of the joys in photography is to find gems from a photo shoot and create a new vision from that image. I have previously posted about creating an Angle, but this time I thought […]

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