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Interviewed on Loaded Landscapes

I had the honor of being interviewed by Marc Andre of Loaded Landscapes, a great website aimed at helping landscape and nature photographers improve their craft. I discuss how I got started, my biggest challenges, why I teach, and much more. Though I’ve answered these types of questions in the past, it’s interesting how my answers change as I get…

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Best Green Lifestyle Bloggers of 2017 Award

I was awarded one of the Best Green Lifestyle Bloggers of 2017 by Greenmatch, and while I’ve never heard of this award before, I am honored. According to their description, "GreenMatch has created a list of 40 best green lifestyle bloggers who have a say in promoting and developing an eco-friendly society." Putting the environment first has always been natural…

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Finding The Right Photography Workshop For You

This guest post is by photographer Martha Villada, who is also a long time student and friend. She shares some questions and answers you might have about photography workshops. Thanks Martha! Are you wondering if a photography workshop is really worth the money? A better question might be, “what are my goals for taking a photography workshop?” As there are so…

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Field Test: FLM CP-26 Travel Tripod

Although I receive many requests, I don't do many reviews or field tests partly because there are plenty of review sites already, and mostly because I'd rather focus on the things that really inspire me. So when I do spend the time to create one, I only want to do them for the gear I really enjoy using and feel…

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Feeling Instead of Seeing

Fog and Trees, Hudson Highlands / Olympus E-M1, f5@1/25th sec, ISO 400, 43mm (40-150mm f/2.8 lens), no filters - developed in LR 6.10 "If you would know strength and patience, welcome the company of trees." - Hal Borland I’m often asked how to stay inspired when visiting familiar locations, especially when they are places you have visited many times. The…

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