The classic game featuring your family’s faces.
How to use your iPad to download, organize, edit and share photos from a camera.
Touchnote app makes it easy to design and send your photos as postcards.
Artifact Uprising’s wooden block with prints is an artsy way to show off your favorite pictures at home or in your office.
There is more detail and technical skill to an excellent food photograph than any casual Pinterest browser could ever fathom. Styling, lighting, assembly, perspective, editing. A good book on food photography is Food Photography: from Snapshots to Great Shots, part of a series I’ve really enjoyed. This photo was taken during my lunch break in […]
One of the several (hundred) blog post drafts I’ve written includes my 2016 resolutions. Fitting, right? My draft includes things like trying French Bordeauxs and Julia Child recipes, not anything bland and unattainable like cutting red meat from my diet. But it’s a draft, and unpublished, therefore we can’t talk about the details of my […]
These details will help tell your vacation story and add visual interest in between the standard posed grip and grins.
A few months ago, I made the momentous decision to stop shooting in RAW, storing my gargantuan photo files on a bulky 4TB storage device and editing in Lightroom. The complete reverse of how every photographer progresses, I know. I started using the application with much trepidation, as I worried (some may say obsessed) my photo […]
Every single day when we pick up Thomas from “Mama Lee’s”, he requests we drive down “Horse Road,” which is 38th Avenue in Myrtle Beach. Horses live there. He’s named them: Puddin’ is the baby, Ham is the daddy, Butterscotch is the mommy, and Bob is the friend. Today, we got to feed the horses […]
A Sunday with no obligations. Intentionally planned: nothing planned. It’s rare, isn’t it? Then we stopped off for sweets at the Hammock Shops in Pawleys Island on our way back. All photos taken with my Fuji x100s. Edited in Apple Photos. Still pleased with my decision to […]