Whats in my Camera Bag?

Have you ever seen a photographer, tripod in hand looking for a composition and said to yourself “I wonder what is in their camera bag”? I know I have, just about every time I see someone with a Peak Design or even when I see a great image taken by some of my favorite shutterbugs….

Post Processing…

Now I am not talking about changing out the sky or adding a dinosaur to the foreground. What I do in post-processing would be considered more of adjustments.

Is it the camera, or the photographer?

If you are into photography, you have probably heard the questions before. “What is more important, the camera or the knowledge?” So what do you think?     There is no doubt that technology has advanced light years from the time I picked up my first camera. Just the ability to see the image in…

What elevates your Landscape Photography?

It seems that there is always something new coming out to make taking pictures easier or better. Some are amazing leaps forward that can simplify your workflow and others that are just gimmicky waists of money. After making a few disappointing purchases, a Facebook friend sent me a message asking if there was something I…

How did you do that?

Over the past few months, several people have messaged me on Instagram and the book of faces asking how I get the water in a lot of my shots to be so clear and colorful. Well, this seemed like a great time to pass along a little of what I have learned over the years….

Milky Way Photography

The Milky Way…. For me, there’s always been something about images of the Milky Way that has fascinated me.

Commercial Photography…

Have you ever thumbed through a magazine or surfed the web and come across a picture that was so perfectly staged it made you want to buy whatever is in the image? This is commercial photography. A mixture of planning, lighting, staging, and processing. If you’ve got all that down and a great imagination to…

Austin Texas through my lens…

Living in New Braunfels Texas and working in Austin has a few drawbacks. What started as an hour commute and gradually creeped into 3 and a half to 4 hours in my car every day. Gotta say that part sucks. The Long Center for the Preforming Arts It’s not all bad though. If you look past…