The Streets Of Valparaiso

This Article Contains A Large Number Of Images and A Video On Sunday, February 23, 2020 I visited one of the most colorful cities in the world for the fifth time: Valparaiso, Chile. I had just returned from an amazing trip to...

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Sea-stacks at Bandon Beach Oregon

Black & White Image-Making – Part Two

In an earlier article “Black & White Image-making in the Digital Age, I listed six of my principles for selecting the best candidates for B&W conversion from a digital image library. This may not seem important or necessary to those photographers who...

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Sunday Drive

The pandemic has caused many of us to drastically change our lives. It has affected me in many ways. Once the pandemic started, all my travel photography and workshops ceased. So did my Sunday drives with my wife, Debra. BP (before pandemic),...

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Wildfires In The Palouse

  Many of you know that the Palouse is our o fo my favorite places to photograph. I have been running workshops in the Palouse region for 12 years. It’s a remarkable area and offer up beautiful landscapes that re unique and...

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Drawn By The Light

Sustained By Nature

Background To The Project Hookstone Woods is a small (around 22 acres) of woodland located on the outskirts of Harrogate, a small town located in North Yorkshire in northeast England. It is a mixed woodland of native trees and also has two...

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The Lensmen Of The Lake

A few years ago I came across an image taken by Tom Jones, @tomjonesfoto on Instagram, of the sun setting behind the Chicago skyline captured from the Indiana Dunes. I lived in Chicago for many years and never recalled seeing that perspective...

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