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Window Light Portraits in Cuba

Window Light

Many photographers have long known about the beautiful quality of window light. It works on anything from food to portraits. I’ve never really embraced window light portraits in the past, so it was good to have an opportunity to explore in Cuba.

Flirting With Street Photography In Havana

Flirting With Street Photography In Havana

I have never invested time in street photography. Some people love it, and I understand that interest. You go out and never know what you’re going to get. It’s like street photography is the Forest Gump of all photography. So that’s what we did in Havana.

Beautiful Light From A Bedsheet

Beautiful Light From A Bedsheet

Everyone talks about beautiful light, but hardly anyone does anything about it. People talk about strobes that can overpower the sun, and that can be cool. Expensive, but cool. Sometimes you can get a cool result without a lot of expense.

The Havana Malecon

The Havana Malecon

I’m told it’s the world’s longest public bench, the Havana Malecon. It’s a seawall that runs about five miles, providing a gathering place for families, fishermen, lovers, and Cubans who just want to hang out.

You Must Suffer For Your Art

You Must Suffer For Your Art

Every once in a while, I’ll read a post on social media from a photographer friend who is just having a miserable time. My reply is usually “You must suffer for your art.” I know I have, even when my art sucks.

Why You Need Travel Insurance

Travel photography is a joy when everything works. I’m fortunate. Most of the time, my trips have little more than a minor disruption and I never considered why you need travel insurance. Now I’m glad I bought it for my next trip.