Photography is not for the faint of heart. Photographers regularly deal with adverse weather, sleep deprivation, jet lag and a host of other things just for the hope of bringing home a few amazing images. Personally, I’ve been shocked by an electric fence, stranded on the side of the road and even attacked by a swarm of angry bees in the desert while photographing.
So why bother? For me, it is not just about bringing home a great image. I love every aspect of the photographic process, from learning a new technique to shooting to post-processing… even the promotional and business aspects of photography are fun for me. Photography also takes me to places I would not otherwise go and allows me to meet people I would not otherwise meet. For all these reasons, it doesn’t take much to convince me to hop on a plane destined for an amazing photographic location.
I absolutely love teaching what I’ve learned to others. If you are interested in improving your skills, I offer photo tours & workshops, a free monthly photography magazine and a photography blog. As always, feel free to contact me any time if you have a question or just want to say hello. Thanks for stopping by!
Latest Blog Post
I learned this technique from a landscape photographer who is a true expert in post-processing. Although this is an easy technique to explain and master, it is extremely useful. The Problem: Halo’s on the Horizon It is fairly common in landscape photography to post-process the sky differently than the foreground. For example, many landscape photographers […]
Photography tours and workshops
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