In this episode
“Seeing Past the Camera”
“How do you see those photographs?” This is a common question that I now often answer with, “I see past the camera” Just what does that mean and would its meaning help your photography?
Its rolling hills, vast vistas, carved grass fields, windswept snow ridges and stark white beauty with a sprinkling of Americana, The Palouse of Washington is a special place I’m so excited to be heading back to with my camera! There is no place like it and every season brings with it a new and unique beauty that is photographically a challenge. We’ve explored it in spring, fall and now want to bring back the memories from winter. And I’d love to explore it with you! Wanna see what we’ve photographed there before, here’s fall and here’s spring trips. There will be six shooters joining Sharon and me as we travel The Palouse. The light and weather will determine our direction each day (as well as great food and hot chocolate). Certain locations like the Palouse Falls are a given but the rest, well, that’s the fun of the adventure! The dates are 15-20 March 2020 flying in and out of Spokane, WA. The price is $1800 which included transportation...Read More
I have been very honored to spend time with some amazing veterans and listen to their stories. I’m pleased to be able to start sharing these stories with you! I start with Barney Leone who at this moment, has returned to Iwo Jima for the first time since WWII when he was there at the landing. These videos are not short, telling their story can’t be done in a short sound bite. I guarantee you that the story of each veteran I share with you will grab your heart and bring home the word...Read More
He really shouldn’t do it, he’s taking a big risk, but my bud Scott once again has given me time on his blog. I always look forward to being on Scott Kelby’s blog, it gives me the opportunity to have a more in-depth post. I hope you will enjoy it and it inspires you to move your photography...Read More