The one big thing that stuck with me from the days of film was to trust my intuition.
There were no review screens.
I had to try a little harder, particularly in the genres of street and action photography where much was out of my control.
Did I get it?
The moment, the focus, the composition–so many elements to a successful image and if I missed any of them the image woul…Read On…
Greetings from Tokyo!
We are in the middle of an amazing workshop here in Tokyo I am finding so much inspiration here.
Coming from New York City, one of the street photography capitals of the world, my home city is a tough act to follow. But Tokyo does not disappoint.
I’ve been here before so it’s not that everything is new for me. But on this my third visit, along with the stu…Read On…
As photographers we know that sometimes, it’s all about the light.
But often the five star image is a perfect storm of finding great light with strong content; impactful framing with sharp focus at the best aperture/shutter speed for the particular image triggered at the decisive moment. Can’t be too hard right?
We all know it’s no easy task, especially when we have no control o…Read On…
Once this couple noticed me since I was right up at the window–I explained what I was doing and in a matter of moments they forgot all about me so I can get an authentic moment.
I shared this post with the Out of Chicago community and thought I would share it here too.
Photographs of people are arguably the most universally compelling genre of photography. The human face is in…Read On…
I am looking forward to participating in the Out of Chicago Photography Conference, Friday June 24 to Sunday June 26 at the The University Conference Center 525 S. State Street; Chicago, Illinois 60605.
There will be more than 40 instructors and 60 classes along with workshops and photo walks. I will be doing photo walks, two day-long Passionate Photographer workshops and two …Read On…