Sometimes the best plans don’t go the way you wanted them to, sabotaged by Mother Nature. Do you give up, or do you adapt and roll with it?
I love hiking in the eastern Sierras, and the colors have a lot to do with it. But on this last outing I preferred a black & white world.
I had a recent challenge of photographing a tall ship with a standard 35mm lens, and in black & white, which I don’t usually use.
I’ve started a new photography project that is going to require some audience participation – create the most compelling JPGs without any post-processing.
At least that’s the attitude of some professional photographers. Let’s unpack all the ways that this is an uninformed and irresponsible opinion.
This was my second trip on the California Zephyr this year for my 2019 photography project – here are the photos and more thoughts on the scenic route.
Instagram is toying around with the idea of removing public “like” counts to remove the sense of competition and associated problems. But will it work?
X-SUBA Sport4Development Uganda isn’t just about sports – they also have a robust education program for disadvantaged youth in this community.
Sport is such an important part of community development. This is how the small team of volunteers at X-SUBA are bringing sports to Ugandan slums.
Read my first article in a series explaining my current project in Uganda photographing an NGO that gets disadvantaged kids into sports.