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The Tide of Changing Expectations in Landscape Photography

I’ve been noticing a trend recently in people's attitudes and perceptions on landscape and nature photography. I see it across different segments of people I talk to and work with—photographers on workshops, print buyers in galleries, people I follow and who follow me on social media, and just talking to friends on the street. But I’m also seeing it in…

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Photo of the Day – Fog and Light

For me, the practice of photography often leads to more questions about subject matter and why I am drawn to some more than others. Certainly the '"voice" or vision that we all have is a large part of that, and it is something I have been thinking about for quite some time now. This happens after a while, when you've made…

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Going Pro Ebook – Review

I recently had the honor of being interviewed by writer and photo editor Kelly Kingman for an upcoming ebook she was writing for photographers titled"Going Pro" for the Digital Photography School.  We met at a local coffee shop for close to two hours while she asked many questions about how I got started as a full-time landscape photographer, how I sold my work, and how I…

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Photos of the Day – Adirondacks

"Heron Marsh Trail" Canon 1Ds Mk III, 1/4 sec @f/14, ISO 400, 17mm (EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II) CREATIVE NOTES "Heron Marsh": This image was pretty straight forward from a technical standpoint, and a good example where any mode except manual fails miserably to make a proper exposure. A careful balance between shadows and highlights is crucial in terms of conveying…

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