I've been doing a good amount of low light street photography using Fujifilm ACROS 100 film pushed to 400 ISO. I'd go out around twilight and shoot until it got dark. I've enjoyed the results from … [Read more...] about Low Light Photo Shoot with Geneva and Fujifilm ACROS Pushed to 400
Black and White Photography
What's the most important thing about a photograph? The answer to that question can be different for everyone. Maybe composition, technical aspects, lighting, sharpness, etc...? All of those elements … [Read more...] about Minimalism for More Emotional Impact
There are no hard and fast rules for street photography, but this video just covers some of my thoughts on the subject, as well as 10 tips that hopefully could give you a place to start in developing … [Read more...] about Top 10 Tips for Street Photography
My nephew, one of my favorite people just turned 7 and celebrated with a few friends at Chucky Cheese. Man, what a great place! (I'd never been there before)It was great covering the event with the … [Read more...] about Birthday Time!
During my walk Tuesday night I noticed the stairway to a parking garage across the street from where I was shooting. I had been working that street corner (hmmm, that didn't come out right!) trying to … [Read more...] about A View From Above
A while back I did a post on someone who's become one of my favorite photographers, Saul Leiter. The post was on his early color work, which is amazing. (the work, not necessarily the post ;) )When I … [Read more...] about Inspiration: Saul Leiter – Early Black and White (book)
Last night was Christmas Eve. It was a little cold out, and a bit of a breeze was blowing but I still felt like getting out for a walk. I decided to go downtown just to see what a Vegas Christmas Eve … [Read more...] about Old School Look to Vegas