So I was sitting in my big cushy chair with a cold Octoberfest brew culling through 3,000 images when I stumbled upon an flurry of shots that seemed odd. Why were they odd you ask? Well, I guess it was because in the image was of a groomsman, a few other folks, and me. Me! […]Read more "Crossing the line."
What makes a good portrait? The lighting? The pose? It has to be the scenery. …no It is the eyes. You are reading this and saying “Duh.” But, it’s not that simple. Anyone can ask someone to look at the camera and you will end up with a photo of someone ‘looking at the camera.’ […]Read more "Psychology of shooting portraits"
Photographers are a silly bunch. Many of us are “gear junkies.” I know I am and my wife could attest to that. So couldn’t Discover Card. I think that in a time when cameras can shoot clean up to 12,800 ISO, it is refreshing to go backwards a bit. This is what I did and […]Read more "The return of a legend. The Nikon D3."