I love creating and sharing images of nature that stir the soul. I enjoy being in nature, and have since my early days growing up in rural New York State, and continuing to the present in beautiful California. Making photographs of the beauty I see in Nature is very spiritual for me and I delight in sharing that beauty. People often tell me that my photographs look like paintings and I can’t express how thrilling it is to hear that feedback. Their appreciation, verbally and through their purchases tells me I’ve been successful in creating and sharing the art that can be found in nature. This whole endeavor has been incredibly fun and fulfilling, and I intend to keep doing this for many more years.
- U.S. Naval Academy2013
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David Hobby has written up a great post over at Strobist on how he avoids shoot-ruining confrontations with police officers when shooting in
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It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Glyn Dewis! | Scott Kelby's Photosho...
Tweet. Email · Tweet · Email. So who is Glyn Dewis? Well believe me, that's a question I've struggled with more times than I care to
From The New York Times – “Simple Portraits, Complex Camera
Mary Ellen Mark has been shooting with the 20×24 Polaroid Land Camera for about 15 years. Click here to read the article.
From Adobe – Shadow/Highlights in LR4 vs. Fill/Recovery in LR3
Nice description of the differences. Here’s the link to the Adobe Blog. Like this:LikeBe the first to like this post.
How To Take Your Landscape and Nature Photography to The Next Level ‹ Ph...
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U.S. Soldier Afghan Rampage Tears at Our National Soul Says Former Marine
An American soldier’s shooting rampage in Afghanistan exposed the confusion and steep cost of our war there. Former Marine Benjamin Busch on