Category Archives: For Photographers

When was the last time you screamed at the top of your lungs?  Or ran through mist-covered cobblestones in the center of town?  I just spent two weeks in Spain, surrounded by olive trees, glorious mountains and, of course, my absolute favorite.  Photographers! I’m so honored to teach at the Foundation Workshop Europe, an incredible […]

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Want to know what it feels like to judge one of the strongest wedding photography contests with the best wedding photographers in the world?  Awesome.  Inspiring.  Overwhelming.  And fun. With Fearless Photographers leader Huy Nguyen and fellow judges Dennis Berti and Dorota Kaszuba, we tackled the Fearless Photographer’s Collection 35, one of the largest collections ever.  This photographic competition […]

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I received a Facebook message yesterday that transported me back to my college Spring break.  I’ve been a photographer all my life, so my Spring breaks weren’t filled with Daytona and debauchery, they involved rolls of film and my camera.  In 1995, I rented a car and drove to Selma, Alabama to document the 30th Anniversary […]

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  One of my favorite things to teach to my photography students is to Compose and Wait.  This simple exercise is something that we often take for granted during a rushed wedding day, it’s our own most under utilized tool.  Really, how often do we have time to wait?  Or, take the time necessary to […]

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