In this episode “Got the Blues?”
Karen emails that she has the blues, the camera just isn’t her friend right now. Can you relate to Karen, I sure can at times but we can move past them. Here’s just some ideas on how to do just that.
For the last couple of decades, we’ve hosted photographers from around the world in our office who wanted to move their photography forward. Some have spent days with me as we went out shooting, worked images in the digital darkroom, and then printed them. Some come just to have a portfolio review. Many have come to get their photo business moving forward, others to expand their photographic horizons as they start a whole new track. Our last PT (private tutoring) at The Ranch loved it and asked if I had thought about offering them virtually. I hadn’t, but it makes total sense, so VPT – Virtual Private Tutoring has been born! It’s actually really simple, just did one via Zoom. You pick the topic and I do my darndest to provide you the answers you need for YOUR photography. We can cover all the topics you want with really no time limit. Up to the first hour, the fee is $99 and then we simply negotiate how much for...Read More
This is going to be … epic! I’m thrilled, excited and honored to be part of the Landscape Photography Conference Sept 8th & 9th. This is a virtual conference with a very talented and passionate group of photographers who can’t wait to share their passion for landscape photography with you! I’ll be presenting three classes on Putting the Black and White in your B&W, Traveling to that New Landscape, and Arranging Elements for Visual Depth and would so love to see your smiling face in the audience, even if it is virtually. Sign up today … cya...Read More
In this episode “How do you take Romantic Photographs if you’re NOT a Romantic?”
Wow, what a great question Anders had and one I think that has come to many photographers. There is an answer, I think, that we can all come up with for ourselves to move our photography forward. Here are my thoughts on how.
Nikon Ambassadors (a group I’m humbled to be a part of), a group comprised of some of the world’s most talented visual creators and storytellers have generously donated signed prints of some of their favorite images, which will be available to the public for a limited time from July 29th to August 31st, 2020. 100% of the profit from the sale of these limited edition works will be donated to NYC Salt, and will directly help expand the organization’s educational programs for students. Prints are already selling, contribute...Read More