100 “No”s

100 “No”s

I started a new project this week – or rather I realized this week that I had already started a new project. The goal is to increase the visibility of my photography and find my audience. I call the project “100 ‘No’s”.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Mundane

Weekly Photo Challenge: Mundane

We’re photographing the mundane this week – something everyday – something ordinary.
 
This is all up for interpretation as what I think of as ordinary maybe extraordinary to others.

Characteristics of Zen Post-Processing

Characteristics of Zen Post-Processing

Characteristics of Zen Post-Some of my fellow photographers find post-processing a challenging and stressful experience. I decided to return to the 9 Characteristics of Zen Photography and see if they could apply…

My Place: From an Itinerant Photographer

My Place: From an Itinerant Photographer

This week over on The Daily Post, the photo prompt is Place in the World. Could a travel photography blogger ask for a better prompt!!?? But this is a deceptively difficult prompt. Do I choose the place that I’m from? The sweeping plains of the midwest United States with the vast skies and minimalist landscape? This is the place […]

Photo Journalism: How I Got the Shot

Photo Journalism: How I Got the Shot

I was asked to be part of a panel at my local camera club to talk about the story behind one of my award winning photo journalism shots “Quiet Resistance,” which won the 2016-2017 Photo Journalism Image of the Year Award for my camera club.
This post is about how I got this shot and the lessons I learned along the way.