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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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New “Ask Me Anything” Video Series

As part of my ongoing effort to create more videos to share and inspire, I’m starting a new “Ask Me Anything” video series that I plan to record monthly. You’ll be able to submit questions on any topic related to photography and creativity, and anything else I can help with. I was recently asked by a student if I would…

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How to Find Long Term Motivation

  How often have you come across the phrase “it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey?” It's an idea I’ve promoted over and over again and it still remains my particular approach to creativity and one I believe is mostly true. Yet there is a deeper question that I want to address. What is it that fuels your…

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