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PASSION AN INCH WIDE, A MILE DEEP

PASSION AN INCH WIDE, A MILE DEEP

“Passion is in all great searches and is necessary to all creative endeavors.”  W. Eugene Smith  Two boys. It was hard to take a bad picture of t...
The Moment

The Moment

Bullet Through apple, 1964. ©Dr. Harold Edgerton The idea of time is important to photography—not only the time you invest in shooting, but the du...
CLOSE THE GAP

CLOSE THE GAP

From my own experience as a photography educator and workshop leader, I have seen and heard this same scenario often—photographers describe their e...
Bob Dylan & Inspiration For Photographers

Bob Dylan & Inspiration For Photographers

Bob Dylan 1966 Photograph ©Jerry Schatzberg  It’s true that inspiration can come in many forms and strike at any time. These past few weeks have b...
The Art of Critique

The Art of Critique

I've teamed up with my friend and amazing photographer/Lightroom expert Clifford Pickett and B&H Photo for a live critique session and you can...
How The Coronavirus Will Affect The Photo Workshops Business

How The Coronavirus Will Affect The Photo Workshops Business

I think it’s fair to say there’s a growing anxiety and stress which accompanies the current coronavirus outbreak, and with seemingly more bad news ...
HOWARD CHAPNICK ON THE PHOTO ESSAY

HOWARD CHAPNICK ON THE PHOTO ESSAY

In perhaps the best description I’ve seen of what the photo essay should be, the late Howard Chapnick, founder of Black Star Agency and a legenda...
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About Exploring with Your Camera by Harold Davis 

 

I like to explore off the grid and as off the map as I can get. Usually, this turns out pretty well and I don’t get into too much trouble. Sometimes, however, I do get into slightly awkward situations that are a bit dif cult to explain. I’ve explored with my camera all over the world, and often got into slightly embarrassing situations, but nothing a smile couldn’t get me out of. 
The Sum

The Sum

The challenge of creating a set of pictures is to make each piece strong on its own, yet when put together in a very deliberate way, the message communicated is often bigger, more powerful, and more complex than any individual piece could convey by itself. The sum is greater than the parts. 
9 Questions To Ask Before Booking That Photography Workshop

9 Questions To Ask Before Booking That Photography Workshop

Herb Brail recognized early on the benefits of a mentoring relationship with a professional photographer, especially when combined with a critical ...
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Inspiration & 10,000 Hours 

The romantic notion of inspiration striking like a bolt of lightning is just that—a romantic notion. From my experience and research, great work c...
The Thing About Photo Workshops - by David Hobby

The Thing About Photo Workshops - by David Hobby

Having learned (and taught) using all of those methods, I know that they are each valid in different ways. But diving into a good workshop will easily trump them all. Let me explain.