My Photography Workflow –  From Shot to Sale
Nov14

My Photography Workflow – From Shot to Sale

My Photography Workflow I started doing a vlog post about this and then I realized that it probably made sense to chuck out a blog post that also outlined my photography workflow as well. It might be easier to follow along. So, here it is. This is the process, and these are the steps I take in my photography workflow and selling my photos. If you prefer following along in video, there’s my vlog about this below. And, to add a...

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We’re Going to Cuba! Join Us!!
May10

We’re Going to Cuba! Join Us!!

This is a long overdue announcement. I get emails on a near daily basis asking about when my next travel photography workshop and tour will be announced. And the truth is, my photography partner in crime Jeff Bartlett and I have gone back and forth on about a dozen different destinations, and dates before coming to a decision. We’ve decided to run our next big photography tour in Cuba December 2016! I can’t tell you how...

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5 Tips for Starting a Photography Blog
May01

5 Tips for Starting a Photography Blog

Whether you’re an avid photographer who wants to share your passion, or a pro looking to expand your client base, a blog is the ideal place to showcase your work and document your journey behind the camera. Whilst anyone can start a blog, it takes dedication and vision to create an online space that really stands out. Here are some important factors to consider when setting up your own photography blog. 1. Define Your Audience Much...

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Tips for Taking Travel Portraits with Examples from Cuba
Nov17

Tips for Taking Travel Portraits with Examples from Cuba

Like nearly every person who has ever visited Cuba, I was captivated by the people from the start.  They are just all so photogenic.  Wandering the streets of towns like Viñales, and Havana, there were just countless people that made for fantastic portrait subjects.  If I had a camera around my neck, I was constantly stopping to ask people for their photos, and only on the rarest occasion would they say no.  Thus, I got a lot of great...

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Tips for Seascape Photography in Ilha Grande, Brazil
Sep01

Tips for Seascape Photography in Ilha Grande, Brazil

Seascape photography might actually be my favourite type of landscape photography.  I love the challenge it presents.  Not only do you have to find a cool location, and shoot the right light, but you’re also fighting elements like rogue waves, slippery rocks, and wild weather conditions.  It’s what turns what otherwise might be seen as a “boring, wait for the light” style of photography into an adventure.  I...

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The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip
Jul30

The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip

In today’s fast-paced world, surrounded by an abundance of cheap airline flights, it would be easy to think the classic road trip was slowly dying out. After all, who wants to spend hours in a hot, stuffy car when you could be getting to your destination much quicker through other means of transportation? As it happens, the allure of the road trip still endures for millions of travellers all over the world, as they organise their...

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