Photography Articles

When I began taking photography seriously many years ago, I knew enough from other life experiences that I was probably going to make a mess of it in the beginning. It was okay as I was just so happy to be traveling to all the amazing locations that I had been seeing images from and was ready to learn all I could.

These articles are my way of “paying back” a little of the joy and happiness that photography has brought me. There will always be the next generation that will do it differently and better.

My Favorite Location For Nature Photography

As a Nature Photographer, the number one question I get from people is “What is my favorite location to photograph?” I wish I did, but I don’t have a simple answer for this. There are so many variables...

The Joy Of Being A Nature Photographer

This is not a tutorial in any way. This article is about sharing how I feel about all the hours I spend in the field chasing light and compositions. I'm always looking to add to my portfolio of Fine Art Landscape Photography...

What Is Fine Art Photography?

This subject of what constitutes Fine Art Photography has no shortage of opinions and is extremely subjective. So, what I offer here is my own opinion after years of doing fine art landscape photography...

Landscape vs Wildlife Photography

I have enjoyed doing both landscape and wildlife photography extensively and wanted to offer my thoughts as to some important differences for anyone that might be trying to decide which one to do.

Way back on family trips, I would somehow wind up taking us to areas where we might see bears, deer, moose or just about anything else that was out there...

Doing A Solo Photography Trip

In this article, I discuss what I see as the advantages and disadvantages of doing a photography trip solo as compared to going on a photo workshop.

The Advantages Of Going Solo

It is certainly easier and more fun to attend a Photography Workshop, as explained in my article on them...

Planning A Photography Trip

Like anything, I had to make a lot of mistakes along the way learning how to plan for a photography trip where I would be on my own. It is totally different from being on a group photo workshop...

Attending a Photo Workshop

I am often asked my opinion on attending photography workshops versus going it alone. Both have their advantages, but for the purpose of this article, I’ll limit my thoughts to the workshop question...

A Photography Journey

For those that might be thinking about exploring the world of wildlife or landscape photography on a more serious basis and wonder what that journey might involve, I have tried to put down a few thoughts and remembrances of what it was like for me...