Monthly Archives: April 2015

Craft and Control in Photography

Craft has long been an important part of photography. It was key to my development as a young photographer and my teachers and mentors grilled it into me. Craft is about understanding the choices you make as a photographer to … Continue reading

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Preaching to the Choir

You know the old saying, preaching to the choir. It refers to anyone who works hard to convince someone who is already convinced. It is usually thought of as a bad thing or at least that one is wasting their … Continue reading

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Photography as Communication

I have photographed since I was a kid, creating my first darkroom when I was thirteen. Ansel Adams, Eliot Porter and W. Eugene Smith were among my heroes. And nature has been part of my life since I was little. … Continue reading

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