Intimate Portraits

An Educational Poll

We spend a lot of time learning new techniques to improve our photography. Today, I just want to share an educational poll to see how people like to learn. You don’t need to share your name or any private information. I’m toying with some ideas to develop more educational materials, so I want to understand […]

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Model in White Bikini

Elements of a Photography Blog

I re-designed my web site a few months ago. The old system just wasn’t working the way that I desired and the vendor was unwilling to make any changes. In some ways, it’s a shame. The old site had great features under the hood, but it just didn’t show my photos the way I wanted. […]

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Sloppy Joes in Havana

The Easy Way To Take Better Travel Photos

The Internet is full of articles telling you how to take better travel photos. Most of them offer solid advice, although a bit benign. Stud your location, look for the light, etc. Nothing wrong there, but not particularly helpful to stand out. As it turns out, there is something you can do to take better […]

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Alesha

Photographers: Know Your Gear

How many times have you heard someone tel you that you have to know your gear? Too many. It’s almost cliché.  How do you know when you know your gear? The Aha Moment The problem with truly getting to know your gear is that there can be so much of it. It’s not just a matter […]

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Mastering The Model Shoot: The Light Meter Video Review

Mastering The Model Shoot: The Light Meter Video Review

The timing of Frank Doorhof’s new instructional video, Mastering The Model Shoot: The Light Meter, is perfect for me.  After years of shooting without a light meter, I finally decided to purchase a Sekonic L-758DR DigitalMaster Flash Meter.  Didn’t have a damn clue how to get started. When I saw that Frank released this video, I […]

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