We are all told we need to have a unique style in our photographic work, so we strive to find and develop our personal photographic style. Yet, while we search are we even aware of what we are looking for?
New Year’s Resolutions are a trendy topic this time of year, photographers are no different. What if we approached it differently this year and took time to really examine our own work?
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
Inspired by a recent article from photographer, instructor and writer Olaf Sztaba, I take a look into the idea of creativity being dead and what does it mean to be a Creative in today’s modern world of photography.
Join me as I share my thoughts about the Rebecca Lily Pro Set IV Premium Color Grading System, complete with many sample photos!
As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of podcasts. As I mentioned a few posts back, I’ve been a guest a number of times on…… Read more “Let it Develop 365 Challenge”
Recently I’ve been reminded about a topic that is a sore spot for some, a distant memory for some and part of a much larger debate for…… Read more “Chasing trends in a losing battle”
For a long time now I’ve been really undecided about what the heck I want to do with this blog, this journal actually. I love the idea…… Read more “Shuttertime with Sid and Mac”
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”