Provocative title, I realize, but not without reason. I’ve been following the work of Sue Bryce ever since she came to my attention almost two years ago. I discovered her photographic instruction when I discovered the internet godsend that is Creative Live. If you’re unfamiliar, Creative Live is part of the new breed of learning…
Back in 2009, I spent many a Saturday morning getting up at 4am to head out to a nature location in Louisville to make pictures. I didn’t consider myself a landscape photographer at the time because I had been reading about shooters that were doing their part for the environment by showing it.
Three years ago, I decided to do a website celebrating my city of Louisville, KY though my photographic work. Not exactly a new idea, but I wanted to do something that would reflect my version of Louisville so, with a few dollars and some WordPress knowhow, it became a reality, thanks to the Strobist, David…
When we got the chance to work with the McDaniel family I was kid-in-a-candy-shop happy because we got a chance at a new location. The extended family had a small farm near Fern Creek that we were able to use for the shoot
Back in the day (4 years ago) when I was still doing radio, I came up with a new word: tsnonami. You can look it up in the Urban Dictionary. The credit goes to Tim Gerard, which was my radio name.
I’ve been struggling to write this story for a while now because I want to do it justice, but the circumstances are such that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to express how deep my admiration is for Amanda (obviously a different Amanda from the last update).
Lately I’ve been experimental with dinner. Well, experimental for me. I knew I could follow a recipe from a box and so I pretty much just left it there. That mean lots of Hamburger Helper. And then Tuna Helper. Then they started making Chicken Helper and, well, you get the idea.
Back when I decided to turn my passion into what would become a career, I sought out subjects that weren’t my family. Oh, they were good enough to pose for me whenever I asked, especially my son and daughter, I figured that was too easy. After all, they wouldn’t be honest and tell me that…
Sometimes when we shoot portraits, we build in some extra time so the subject gets some different looks from their shoots. If everyone agrees, we can put some real variety into their portfolio and that’s what happened when we got a chance to work with Taylor.
A few weeks ago, when I was sharing tips on how to take great fireworks photos, I also lamented the loss of the Waterfront Independence Festival that used to occur every July 4th on the Great Lawn at Waterfront Park.