Category Archives: photography tools

Exciting new way to license stock

One of the things I’ve learned and am still learning is that it often does not pay to be a Lone Wolf in business. There is power and knowledge in numbers. It is a paradox among many photographers, who are often fiercely competitive and independent but really need each other. I’ve been a part of […]

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New Website…. Up and LIVE!

Today, I’ve launched a new, updated website, in collaboration with Livebooks. If you’ve got more than a nanosecond please hop over there and spend some time checking it out. Here are some stylish bits about the new site… The site is a lot easier to navigate than the old site and there’s more content on […]

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How to tell exactly where the sun will shine

A compass and clinometer I worked as a location scout for a few years and sometimes needed to tell the photographer if, how, and when sunlight was going to hit a certain location we were considering for photography. I still use the method I describe below to predict sunlight in my photography today. One impractical […]

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Camera feature wish

I’ve had assignments where I’ve had to shoot to a layout. Be it the cover of a magazine or a specific layout a designer has created. If I was lucky the designer would e-mail a cell or template for the design that we were working on. Back in the good ole film days (ohh so […]

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