Two photo books from two different photographers arrived this week. (always a good thing!) I want to talk a little about these photographers and also answer some questions I’ve received about pushing film and using ND filters. Episode Links Saul Leiter (My Saul Leiter board on Pinterest. Depending on where you work, image may be […]
Wednesday morning I woke up way too early and couldn’t go back to sleep. This happens every now and then with me, but on this day I decided to take advantage of actually being up before the day became unbearably hot here in Southern Nevada. I grabbed my M6, loaded with Tri-X, jumped in the […]
Matt Day has been a staple of the YouTube film photography world for a few years now. He’s put out so many videos and provided good, solid, helpful advice to so many of us over the years. Recently Matt has been in poor health and he and his family could really use your support right […]
You know those moments when you’re scrolling down through your Instagram or Facebook feed and you come across a photo that really grabs your attention? Take the time to study that image. What is it about the photo that really moves you. By figuring that out, this could be one of the most important forms […]
Personal projects are one of the most important cornerstones in being a photographer today. They can give you the structure, the guidence, the deadlines and the results that can continue to stimulate you as a photographer and perhaps put the meaning into your work that you’ve been looking for. W. Eugene Smith Links W. […]
I’ve been thinking about this topic for a while now, and recently started noticing other photographers talk about this topic on their podcasts and videos, so I thought I would throw my thoughts into the mix. I’m also interested in hearing your thoughts and stories. Saul Leiter If you’re not familiar with the work of […]
Everyone, no matter what level you are at, can have something they can help others with. The nice surprise is, being a resource to others is actually one of the best gifts you can give to yourself.
I don’t generally talk that much about manufacturers and companies on the podcast, but in this episode I want to share information about a company that manufactures products I really love. Artisan Obscura Visit ArtisanObscura.com
Simplicity can be applied to so many areas of photography, and in most cases I feel that if you apply simplicity with intention, you can actually improve your overall approach to photography. Again… in most cases.
Although the content of this episode is rather subjective and directly applies to me and how I approach creativity, I’m hoping you’ll be able to see how it can apply to help you with your approach to your photography. This is just part of my ongoing path in finding ways to stay inspired and motivated; […]