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Switching To A Thunderbolt Storage System

I've been waiting for this day to come, but I'm finally switching to a Thunderbolt storage system for my photos and other data. There are a lot of fine options for mass storage on the market, and some crappy ones. Here's what worked for me. … [Read more]

No Such Thing As Shitty Light

It took me a few years to get here, but I think I've finally arrived at the notion that there is no such thing as shitty light. If you think about it, there's a use for every kind and quality of light. … [Read more]

More Thoughts On Motion Photography

Motion photography means many things. I know photographers use it to convey a sense of action or even to help isolate a subject. Perhaps I'm a bit odd because I use it to take a subject's mind off the fact that she's being photographed. … [Read more]

Add Motion To Your Photos

Looking for something to catch a viewer's eye in your portraits? Add motion to your photos. … [Read more]

Faces of Cuba

I met a lot of wonderful people in Cuba. This post, Faces of Cuba, is more of a metaphor than a literal interpretation. The people and the place both had something profound to share, so I wanted to let you see a little of what Cuba shared with me. … [Read more]

Window Light Portraits in Cuba

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. … [Read more]