Category Archives: Books

This is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of my recently updated e-book Location Lighting for the Outdoor Photographer. The updated e-book is 361-pages and covers location lighting from start to finish. It starts out with a comprehensive chapter on equipment and ends with an in-depth chapter on the most advanced lighting techniques available today. For […]

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Over the last five months I have been slowly updating and adding tons of new content to my e-book entitled Location Lighting for the Outdoor Photographer. I am happy to announce that I have finished updating the e-book and the new 2nd Edition is now available for purchase on my website. I have updated every […]

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While revamping my website recently it was decided to take down a few of the stories I had on my portfolio website to simplify it a bit. I wanted to repost this insight into the life of a pro photographer here on the blog, and just now have finally gotten around to doing so. This is […]

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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORKFLOW: USING ADOBE LIGHTROOM AND PHOTOSHOP I am happy to announce that I have updated my highly regarded e-book, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: A Professional Photographer’s Workflow, which is now renamed A Professional Photographer’s Workflow: Using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, for Lightroom CC (2015) and Photoshop CC. This book […]

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Updated September 5, 2017: Some of the links I originally posted in this blog have disappeared so I removed one link and revised a few others.  I get on average three to six emails a week asking basically the same question: “I want to be a pro photographer and travel the world shooting adventurous assignments. How […]

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Disclaimer: This is kind of a long-winded book review but stick with it to the end and you’ll see why I am so excited about this book and why I highly recommend it to everyone! About a month ago, I had lunch with New York Times bestselling author Steve Kotler here in Santa Fe, New […]

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“Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” – Ansel Adams Ok, so now that the onslaught of “Best of 2013” blog posts are starting to appear everywhere I just want to let readers know this is my first of that kind. I am not posting these images to join the club, […]

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