It’s now decades since Andy Warhol’s passing, but his legendary status and inspiration is alive in photography toady still, even if we didn’t realize.
A guide providing some really insightful tips on securing that dream photography job. It’s about tactics, luck, patience + more, ultimately it’s about YOU. Get to know who you are as a photographer, what your ambitions are and why you’re contacting these potential clients.
The Northern Canyons of Arizona are truly stunning and Upper Antelope Canyon is a must visit for ALL photographers. Pack for a light and practical visit and do some homework before you go to ensure you really get the most from your visit!
Photo projects always sound like a lot of fun, but there are times when the weight of a project eventually becomes too much to bear. This is particularly true of 365 projects. While making a photo everyday for a year can be fun and educational and tremendously rewarding, it can also grow burdensome and not […]
I recently talked to a long time photographer that said the landscape photography in early advertisements by the American Automobile Association was what got him into photography. That organization was once the best place to get maps for road trips in North America. They sent their employees out, with cameras and mapping instruments, across the […]
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein Introduction What are the most important aspects of composing a Fine Art Photograph? The answer to this question certainly varies from photographer to photographer because each of us places more importance on some aspects than on others. What follows is […]
Authors call it writers block, whether there is such term as photographers block or not, I have no idea, but about a year ago, I had it and had it bad. I am fortunate to live in a beautiful city with a host of stunning architecture and great light, yet I found myself less than […]