Change of Scenery

Change of Scenery

It’s no secret that most of my photography is travel related. Whether it’s Route 66 or Costa Rica, my favorite photos usually happen when I’m on the road. Of course I like to make pictures of my beautiful children wherever they are, but aside from...
Viva 2017!

Viva 2017!

I’m going to start 2017 with a personal note. I realized that I didn’t write ONE post last year, and that is rediculous! This will probably be more of a mission statement than anything, so if you’re looking for photo tips you might want to check out...
Have some class!

Have some class!

I have just posted the first three of four photography and Lightroom classes I will be teaching in the Metro Atlanta area this fall. I have been wanting to teach a basic photography class for a while now, and I’m happy to offer “Exposure and Camera...
Camera size and Ergonomics

Camera size and Ergonomics

There is a lot of talk about camera size these days. Photographers have myriad choices for mirrorless cameras, “enthusiast” compact cameras and even tiny DSLR’s. I don’t think there is anything wrong with cameras getting smaller, to a point. I...
The Perfect Infrared Camera

The Perfect Infrared Camera

I’ve had four digital cameras converted to infrared over the last eight or ten years. This process replaces the filter in front of the image sensor so that the camera is sensitive to visible infrared light instead of plain old visible light. The resulting photos...