How I Became Interested in Street Photography

Last week’s blog entry delved into what street photography is. This week, I discuss how I became interested in street photography, a genre practiced by only a relatively small number of photographers. The Beginning I […]

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Street Photography – What Is It?

My photography website focuses on my primary photography passion – Street Photography. Street Photography The largest photo gallery on this website is dedicated to Street Photography. But what is street photography? What are the variations […]

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A New Direction for my Website

After considerable reflection, I have decided to change the focus and direction of my website. It is no surprise to those who follow me that my primary photographic focus is Street Photography. While I have […]

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Headshots – A New Photographic Adventure

I’ve never been afraid to photograph people. In fact, early in my ‘career’ as a photographer, I hit upon the genre of Street Photography. There is something special about capturing everyday people in everyday situations […]

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Adobe Lightroom – Now Better Than Ever

In a previous post, I explained why Adobe Lightroom is my choice for photo management and editing. But as good as it was, Lightroom is now better than ever. The Develop Module in the newest […]

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Street Photography with a Friend

Last Saturday at a meeting of a photography group, one of my fellow members, Lee Steiner, expressed an interest in street photography. Monday looked like it was going to be a nice day, so I […]

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Finding Good Photo Locations

One of the joys of photography is capturing a unique view of a location, even if it’s been visited by thousands of other people before. All of us probably know of some good photo locations […]

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Where Was That Photo Taken?

We’ve all been there. We take several photos of a memorable trip, a special event, or just photos of some interesting things that we see. But then, one or two years later, we look at  […]

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