Four Major Techniques
How to Bring a Discovery to Life
Finding a Way to Describe Your Work
Discovering Real Indigo in Tokushima
Lightroom or Photoshop?
Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku Island Region, Japan
Perfecting the Classic Shoulder Bag
An Early Pioneer of Capturing Light on a Canvas
The Delicate Relationship Between Age and Lighting
An Early Cult Figure
Painting Figures in Candlelight
Shikoku Island, Japan
"Kandinsky on the Spiritual Element in Art and the Three Responsibilities of Artists"
Resources and Recommendations for Photographers
How do you develop your own style?
Style – what is it, where does it come from, and is it something you are just born with?
What if there is more to see?
Jama Masjid (mosque) in Old Delhi with Vineet Vohra
Vignetting is one of those words that everyone has heard, but you might have questions on whether you understand it or use it correctly.
Many photographers struggle to make time to take pictures consistently.
It is no secret that I am a great admirer of Michelangelo.
A teacher myself, I found a master educator in Adam Marelli.
Freedom from the past
Photo editing is like salt in cooking
Along the Uji River, south of Kyoto, you will find the legendary ceramic workshop of Asahiyaki.
Consistency Matters More Than Talent
The world of color and who made it possible
What we can learn about story telling from a video
What Photographers Are Never Told About Color Theory
Color is my daylong obsession, joy, and torment.
RGB Over Saturation
Look beyond the subject
How does an artist create?
Museo Storico Navale
What if there was an easier way of looking at things that actually helped us figure out what to shoot?
The easiest way to find good light is to look for shadows
An Ironic Twist to Becoming a Better Photographer
Overcoming Limiting Mindsets
What should I read to learn about composition?
Experience is essential to mastering, not learning, a skill.
Making art accessible to all.
Learning to speak the language of images
Understanding starting aperture and minimum shutter speeds for different types of shots.
Where does it come from and how can you use it?
Is it holding your photography back?
Do you really need workflow?