A New Computer

A New Computer
After replacing the hard drive last year and the bezel last month, there was only one thing left that I felt needed replaced on my workhorse Dell Studio XPS before I could say it felt like new again. Overheating. Have you ever had this problem on your laptop? It was getting pretty bad on my machine after three years... Read More »

What to Know Before CAPTURE

What to Know Before CAPTURE
Over the weekend, I got to spend some time with the Peters brothers on a photoshoot to Kent Falls State Park. I’ve spent the last couple of weeks here in Connecticut working on the 2015 CEF Calendar, MissionTalk design projects, Conference Photography prep  . . . and brainstorming an online Pre-CAPTURE training... Read More »

What it Takes to Run a Business

Ever heard of Dave Stelzl of Raising Entrepreneurs? He’s played a significant role in Lenspiration behind-the-scenes for the past few years and I am always challenged by his perspective and insight on helping folks develop their talents and God-given passions through business. As a business owner, there is so much to... Read More »

The Beauty of God

The Beauty of God
Enough posts about updates and opportunities. Let’s enjoy some new desktop background and some spiritually thought-provoking perspective on beauty. I chose the following images from an excursion to the West Coast a while back because they hint especially well of God’s incredible creativity, beauty and love. Jungle... Read More »

How Close Are You to Indianapolis?

How Close Are You to Indianapolis?
By car, Indianapolis is 4.5 hours or less from 8 surrounding states. By plane, practically every state in the US is close. Join us for the CAPTURE Indiana photography workshop from May 7-10. The Verity Institute campus, set apart in the quite countryside half an hour from downtown Indianapolis, will be the... Read More »

Texas Workshop Rescheduled!

Texas Workshop Rescheduled!
Important update here: as of yesterday, the CAPTURE Texas workshop has been rescheduled to April 16-19. This is two weeks later than originally planned. There are currently 4 spots available, so if you’re schedule didn’t allow the opportunity to come with the previous dates, check your calendar again! I’m not sure... Read More »

Map of CAPTURE Quebec Covered Bridges

Map of CAPTURE Quebec Covered Bridges
When I went to Quebec in February, I scouted out quite a few covered bridges. Not all of them were exactly picturesque at the time of year I visited, but they all had great potential for various seasons and weather conditions. We only visited two of the five I mention here during the CAPTURE Quebec workshop, but I... Read More »

Shooting for Your Goal

Shooting for Your Goal
With CAPTURE Texas coming up in just a little over 3 weeks, I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes the CAPTURE workshops different than other workshop out there. Why am I so confident that it’s worth every dollar invested? What would make me willing to pay $450 bucks for a three day class? especially when I was... Read More »

How to Stay Warm Shooting in the Cold

How to Stay Warm Shooting in the Cold
Shooting in Quebec in February was a very cold experience. It was around –15 degrees Celsius on average in the mornings. This equates to 5 degrees in Fahrenheit. So, yes, it was cold. How do you stay warm? We all know the basics: dress in layers, wear cloths that wick away sweat, wear a windbreaker . . . but are you... Read More »

Last Day for Early Registration

Last Day for Early Registration
I enjoyed my time in Quebec so much that there was practically no time to keep my blog updated! I’m looking forward to sharing many pictures and tips from the event. But before I jump in, I just wanted to mention the fact that the $50 Early Registration discount for CAPTURE Texas is upon us. Officially, it ended... Read More »

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