Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters

Stacking My 3 Favorite Filters
Stumbling on the “perfect perspective” doesn’t happen by random chance very often. And finding a good angle to shoot Mt. Shasta reflected in Lake Siskiyou was no exception. I spent a lot of time trying to find a good spot, and it’s ironic how easily accessible the spot I finally settled on turned out to be! Want to... Read More »

Someone’s Looking For Your Photos

Someone’s Looking For Your Photos
Have any random photos of storm clouds? If you’ll take the time to submit them, there’s someone willing to use them. Last week’s Shoot to Serve photo request came from the IBLP Family Conferences. They were looking for pictures of storm clouds to use as a background image for a powerpoint of the hymn “A Shelter In... Read More »

Four Photographers Get Some Great Advice

Four Photographers Get Some Great Advice
Thank you, photographers, for participating in the recent Shoot to Serve photo assignment, Titus 3:5-6 VersPic Opportunity! Here’s an update from the VersePic director, Ben, on why he used the picture he used and why he didn’t use the pictures he didn’t use. This is some extremely practical education that you folks... Read More »

A Story From Gibson Ranch

A Story From Gibson Ranch
Back in July, after the Sacramento Family Conference, there was a group of conference staff that needed to get to the airport early Saturday morning. Even though it meant getting up at like 3:30am to get them there (and we were all exhausted from running the conference that week), I volunteered to do the airport run... Read More »

The Photographer’s Roadmap Infographic

The Photographer’s Roadmap Infographic
The last Photography Team of the year is almost here! Looking forward to heading up to Wisconsin on Monday for the Green Lake Family Conference. In preparation for it, I put together a fun little infographic that I’ll be handing out to the attending photographers. We’ll be working hard at learning as much as we can... Read More »

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