I’m finishing up my spring workshop to Old Car City USA, and we had an amazing time. You really need to spend at least two days here in order to satisfy your photographic appetite. This hood ornament from a 1950’s vintage Cadillac really stood out to me. I applied textures to it to create a more unique final effect. The theme I’m stressing with my clients is that a photograph is something that you make, not just take.
Travel Photography Experience aboard Regal Princess
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve scheduled an exclusive photo tour of New England aboard Regal Princess, September 30th through October 7, 2017.
On this amazing tour, you’ll enjoy top-notch accommodations as we sail from New York City along the New England coast, stopping at major destinations along the way. In port, we’ll have private photo tours and lots of time to explore the history, culture, and architecture of New England. I’ve teamed up with Dancing Moon Travel to design a custom travel photography oriented itinerary tailored to photography enthusiasts who want to explore this region by ship. Our five ports of call include Newport, RI, Boston, Bar Harbor, ME, St. John, New Brunswick, and Halifax, NS. Those interested in coming to NYC a day early will be treated to a photo walk near Brooklyn Bridge park, where we’ll photograph the lower Manhattan skyline at sunset.
Onboard and during our land excursions, I’ll be there to help you with your photography, teach you new techniques, and provide creative inspiration along the way. My goal is to make you a better travel photographer and help you return home with unique photographs that you’ll be proud to share.
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A Caribbean Photo Adventure
Well, that was fun!
I’m back from leading a week-long travel photography workshop to the Caribbean aboard Liberty of the Seas. Many thanks to Dancing Moon Travel for organizing a fantastic itinerary for the tour group!
We departed the port of Galveston, Texas and crossed the Gulf of Mexico for two days. At sea, we explored photo opportunities aboard the massive ship, and I offered classes on creative composition, long exposure, and HDR capture techniques. Continue reading Field Report: Caribbean Photo CruiseShare This Story
Adobe Photoshop used to be one of those software applications that only the pros could afford (or justify purchasing). However, now that Photoshop is included with the Adobe Photography Subscription, which is how many of us get their copy of Lightroom, it might be a good time to see what this powerful software can do for your photographs.
I’m teaching two classes this month that will utilize Adobe Photoshop to do things that you cannot do in Lightroom. All participants will receive a printable PDF notes companion.
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I’m pleased to announce two instructional photo safaris for spring 2017! These are small-group excursions to photographically interesting places where I will give each participant personalized attention on composition, camera techniques, and post-processing. Make your plans to join me this spring!
Creative Closeups at Old Car City USA: March 15-18, 2017
Head down to Georgia this spring as we explore the 40 acres of rusted cars and trucks at Old Car City USA and discover creative ways of capturing their colors and textures. Limit: 12
Fine-Art Landscapes of the Desert Southwest: April 2-6, 2017
Join me in Moab, Utah, as we explore some of the finest landscapes in the American southwest and learn fine-art capture and processing techniques each day. Limit: 8