Photography in a Social Distancing World

The new reality of social distancing brought on by COVID19 has had its impact of photographers, just as with every other facet of American life. What are photographers doing when they are forced to close […]

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Photo Book is Available

I’m happy to announce that my photo book is now available for sale. This book is a compilation of 49 of my favorite street photos, taken over the past three years. For each photo, I […]

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Close-Up and Macro Photography

The weather in the past week has been dreary. So I decided to work on close-up and macro photography in my home studio. Close-up photography is related to macro photography. Macro photography, in its pure […]

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A Day of Photographing Models

I’ve taken a few headshots and formal portraits in my photography career. However, I don’t have a lot of experience photographing models. That’s why I was happy yesterday to attend a clinic hosted by Absolute […]

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Spilled Bourbon – Photos of the Week

I originally titled these photos “In Kentucky, we don’t cry over spilled milk. Spilled bourbon – not so much” My ‘choice’ shot of a spilled glass of bourbon on a black reflective surface I got […]

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Gravestone Photos – Giving Back to Others

One way we can provide a valuable service to our fellow man is to provide a link to someone’s past through gravestone photography. As photographers, we capture the beauty of our surroundings. Often, that beauty […]

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Nikon Z6 – Why I Chose it

After some time of shooting with my Nikon D5600, I decided it was time to consider an upgraded camera body. I was happy with the results produced by the D5600, but I was looking for […]

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Photo Honored on KelbyOne Training Site

I was honored to have my photo of the Mercer (Aegon) Tower in downtown Louisville featured this week on the KelbyOne photography training site. A class by KelbyOne founder Scott Kelby inspired my treatment of […]

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My Workflow for Adobe Lightroom CC

In last week’s post regarding the new Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, I said that I would share my personal workflow when importing photos into Lightroom. There are probably as many variations of workflow as there are […]

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Il Duomo from the Roof – Photo of the Week

In 2016, I had the opportunity to visit Milan, Italy. During that visit, I toured Il Duomo di Milano (the Milan Cathedral). The Milan Cathedral is the second largest church in Italy and fifth largest […]

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