Let’s talk about how simple distractions can be the cure to your creative road blocks. Sometimes it’s really as simple as a little mental redirection.
As a landscape photographer, there are very few things that get me as excited as seeing my favorite weather app light up with a frost warning for the coming morning. Here are 9 great tips for getting the best photos possible in these magical conditions!
When you want to bring more of a story telling element to your photography, try this tip to bring a cinematic flair to your work.
Join me as I share my thoughts about the Rebecca Lily Pro Set IV Premium Color Grading System, complete with many sample photos!
Full disclosure. A little while back the awesome people over at Mastin Labs set me up with their all new Portra Pushed pack to let me put it…… Read more “Mastin Labs – Portra Pushed :: Not just for portraits anymore::”
In the last post, which you should totally check out first by clicking here, I headed out in search of shelter. Both a literal shelter that exists along…… Read more “Searching for Shelter – Part 2”
A few weekends ago we had some nice sunny weather and I decided to once again head out and see what I could see along a stretch…… Read more “Searching for shelter – Part 1”
Winter here in North Eastern MN can be frustrating for a photographer. As the snow piles up and access to just get out and hike shrinks, we…… Read more “Sunny day in the pines”
Some mornings you wake up early and you get the beautiful surprise of a thick, beautiful hoar frost covering the land. It doesn’t happen too often in…… Read more “Hoar Frost for days”
I’ve been out shooting a lot. I mean really, lots and lots of photos have been being made but I’ve been way far behind In doing anything…… Read more “Moments in a Minnesota Winter”