The Cold, Rainy Days of Christmastime

The Cold, Rainy Days of Christmastime
Unless you happen to be privileged enough to live very far north or very far south, Christmastime isn’t exactly a snowy time of year.  While the air still holds a feeling of Christmas, the majority of us hear the rhythm of rain more than the crunch of snow when it’s Christmastime in the city. And that’s what it was... Read More »

Camera Buying Advice

Camera Buying Advice
For some reason, December is a popular time for buying cameras. Thus, it’s the time of year when folks are generally asking for camera buying advice. Here’s a recent one: Would you give any thoughts on these cameras or any other camera suggestions you might have? Do you have a point and shoot you enjoy? – Melodie... Read More »

How to Be Successful in Photography

How to Be Successful in Photography
Do you want to be successful in photography? I do, and I would venture to say that God wants us to be successful too (that is, if we are willing to let Him define what success means for us). Thankfully, the secret to being successful is actually quite straightforward. Seriously. And here’s why. Read carefully:... Read More »

The Secret To Amazing Golden Hour Portraiture

The Secret To Amazing Golden Hour Portraiture
You know, I learned something new today. Quite revolutionary, actually. Something so helpful that I have a feeling it is completely transforming how I plan and carry out portrait shoots in the future. It was sort of impromptu, but I had a grand time doing a family photoshoot today here in Texas. While there are many... Read More »

What Helped Me Getting Started In Photography

What Helped Me Getting Started In Photography
Looking back over the years, the tips and “coaching” I received from photographers who were more experienced than I proved to be an invaluable element of my photography “education”. I mimicked my mentors. And still do. If I liked the way someone else’s picture looked, I figured out how they did it and tried to... Read More »

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