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Rainy days and inappropriate shoes

Rainy days and inappropriate shoes

Every day in recent weeks I drove past a beautiful red tree on my way to and from work. But my passion for landscape photography was all but gone and every day I told myself that it wasn’t important to stop and get out of […]

When you fear you’ve lost interest in landscape photography

When you fear you’ve lost interest in landscape photography

From the moment I saw this adorable little boy and held him in my arms I suspected I’d be returning for him the next day and that our first adventure together would be the long journey home. Within half an hour I knew. How could […]

Reasons why landscape photographers have to be fit and healthy

Reasons why landscape photographers have to be fit and healthy

I once read that the great landscape photographer Ansel Adams expressed just one regret at the end of his life. That one regret was that he had not taken better care of his health. I haven’t been able to find that article again, nor confirm the […]

Real versus virtual photos

Real versus virtual photos

Back in the film days, unless you were the kind of photographer who processed their own film and printed a select few using an enlarger, there was no such thing as an unprinted photo. You just took the shot, assumed you got it and moved […]

Do what you can with what you have today

I’ve been patiently checking the cloud cover every evening for over a week now, waiting for another clear sky to get out and photograph the stars, try to get the kind of shot of the Milky Way that I would like and make another attempt […]

What macro photography taught me

What macro photography taught me

Scattered throughout my previous posts, are numerous reasons why I think photography is a great metaphor for life. But my recent journey into macro photography has been another reminder that the small stuff really does matter. Beautiful reflections can be seen in the tiniest drops […]

Photography Tips from Someone Who’s Made a Lot of Mistakes

Don’t be afraid to get dirty. Be prepared for grass stains, muddy shoes, a wet bum from sitting on wet sand, bird’s nest hair, scratches on your legs from walking through bushes and a multitude of other beauty disasters to get that perfect shot. Photography […]

Reframing

Reframing

Everyone faces difficult times at some point in their life, and some days it can seem like the only thing preventing a rapid dive into the depths of despair is the ability to “reframe” a negative experience into something more positive. It might sound like […]


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