Looking back briefly at one of my all time favorite Autumn photos I’ve ever taken.
As a hunter, nothing gets the excitement levels up quite like finding fresh rubs from your local whitetail bucks.
Does staying unfocused on a specific project when out shooting allow us to speak more directly with our photographic voice in the long run?
We should always strive to keep learning, keep growing, as photographers. Here are 5 things I learned about photography this week.
Not everyone is going to like the work you create and that is actually a good thing.
Are you really “passionate” about photography, or other creative pursuit, or are you more passionate about the accolades creating your art can bring online?
With real examples from film & cinema I’m debunking the trendy, yet wrong, advice on how to create a cinematic photograph.
An early August sunrise experience at Carey Lake near Hibbing, MN that provided a jolt of pure creative energy.
Why do we insist on placing more value on the gear we use to create something than the creative vision we build to actually create?