It seems to me that too much time is spent on the technical aspects of photography, rather than on a far more important issue… the connection of photography with intuition. Continue reading The Connection of Photography with Intuition
There’s an old saying that “time flies when you’re having fun”. That must be true, as I can hardly believe that it has been three years since I started this photography blog. To each and every reader I would like to extend a sincere thank you for our third year together and for all of your support! Continue reading Thank You for our Third Year Together!
Our friends at Photography Life have published a new article that I wrote for the website: Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer. Continue reading Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer on Photography Life
Like many photographers I’ve used different types of camera gear including APS-C and full frame Nikon DSLRs, a brief flirtation with M4/3, Nikon 1, and bridge cameras. I thought it would be interesting to ask readers a simple question, “What’s your favourite camera?” Continue reading What’s Your Favourite Camera?
Societies are self-serving and self-perpetuating structures. There is constant pressure to conform and to fit into predetermined slots. It can be difficult to find one’s path for personal growth and creative expression within the confines of societal norms and pressures. Continue reading At the Core of Personal Creativity
It is always interesting to meet other photographers when I’m out with one of my cameras creating a few images. The discussion often leads to the ‘missed shot’ or other photographic regrets. Continue reading Photographic Regrets: We’ve All Had a Few
Tomorrow, July 1st 2017, is a milestone for Canada…the country’s 150th birthday! Since the majority of our readers are from outside of Canada, I thought some folks may like to read a short summary about Canada and some notable Canadians. I’ve added a few images to provide some visual breaks for readers…all were captured in Canada. Continue reading Happy 150th Birthday Canada!
It is always interesting to get emails from readers. This week I had a reader ask if and when I would be ‘monetizing’ this website with paid advertising. That email was the creative spark for this article which explains why there will never be paid advertising on my photography blog. Continue reading Why there will never be advertising on my photography blog
Its very strange that from time to time I will receive a flurry of questions, usually via email, all about the same topic during a very short time frame. There never seems to be any particular reason for these batches of questions to suddenly appear. For some reason during the past few days I’ve had over a dozen questions from my readers about the Copyright statement that I use on my articles. This brief article provides some answers to the three basic questions I’ve received. Continue reading Answers to questions about my Copyright statement