They’re here whether you’re ready or not — it’s the holiday season and photos will be a big part of the next couple of months.
We all love the photos with Santa be it of you, your children or your pets, but let’s take a look at some other options for preserving your holiday memories. (more…)
You can’t replace the feeling of actually heading out with your camera on a crisp, blue sky fall day. Here are a few tips and things to be on the lookout for when you’re hiking your favorite trail. (more…)
Ahhhh, fall. The fresh, crisp air, the cooler temps and — oh yes — those colorful leaves. Many of us love to get out and photograph the fall leaves in all their landscape glory but how about taking some time to get up close and personal with those leaves and color?
This is part one of some ideas to bring us closer to that fall feeling.
Vanelli wrote a great article about asking for a mentor, having a mentor and finding a mentor. It made me think about the other side of that. What about BEING a mentor?
Why be a mentor?
In teaching, we learn. It’s something a photography mentor of mine said quite a few years ago and it’s stuck with me. (more…)