Composition; Creating a sense of depth

Originally Posted May 2010 Composition; Creating a Sense of Depth: Last newsletter we discussed the basics of composition and the rule of thirds. This newsletter…

Geo-tagging Photographs

Geotagging Your Photographs  Originally Posted May 2010 When I was hired by the MN Department of Natural Resources and the Nature Conservancy, both of these…

May 2010 Newsletter

Spring has arrived. This year I am fortunate as I landed photography contracts with two organizations that I admire and respect; The Nature Conservancy, and…

Paul’s Corner I

Pauls Corner: The following text is reproduced with permission of the publisher. From Journal of a Prairie Year, by Paul Gruchow: Originally Posted June 2010 There seems…

Photographing Panoramas

Photographing Panoramas:    Originally Posted June 2010 Before digital photography I photographed using a Toyo 4×5 field camera. This camera allowed me to shoot a variety…

June 2010 Newsletter

Originally Posted June 2010 Paul Gruchow was a good friend of mine and my mentor. His writing is always inspirational, and I recall with great fondness our…

Tamron Lens Test

Tamron Lens Test Originally Posted November 2010 This last summer Tamron loaned me a couple of lenses to field test. Having worked with these lenses…

Places to Photograph; Canadian Rockies

Canadian Rockies Roadtrip: Originally Posted November 2010 Like most road-trips I ended up with the feeling that we spent too much time in the car…

November 2010 Newsletter

I can’t believe it is almost Thanksgiving, where has the season gone?  My teaching and workshop schedule is continuing to grow. Most of the 2010…

Photograph Newfoundland!

Photograph Newfoundland! Originally posted January 2011 I have been very fortunate in my photographic career I have managed to land some very interesting projects. These…

12 Locations of Light I

12 Locations of Light Originally Posted January 2011   This series is not intended to be a comprehensive list of places to photograph on Lake Superior, rather…

January 2011 Newsletter

  Originally posted January 2011 One of my favorite times of the year is the week in between Christmas and New Years. In the photography industry…
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