Private Photography Lessons
Learn & Master your craft…
I always learn better by “doing” rather than reading and I know many of you do as well. Sometimes we just need to have someone show us the “how-to” of photography. Learn tips, techniques and the, “wow, I didn’t think of that”, suggestions which can accelerate you in your photography and are of substantial benefit and often priceless.
From day ‘one’ of owning your camera on to advanced topics and planning your photo trips, you should take a look at the sessions I offer. We can cover a lot of ground. Not only will you gain valuable experience, you’ll likely save money going forward in your journey.
Because my private sessions are tailored specifically to you, as such, they are more relevant and comprehensive since you have my complete attention. We will cover the many aspects of photography at a pace most comfortable for you.
When you select a session you can: pick a convenient date, location, even specify particular subjects. Best efforts are made to make learning convenient for you.
Visit my Private Lessons page for more information on topics and session availability.
Learning your camera
The Exposure triangle
There is an incredible difference between a snapshot and a work of Art.
Here is where you learn the difference…
News And Events
Recently a camera was announced having 64-megapixels. 64 MEGAPIXELS!!!! Each RAW image will be 64 megabytes - are you kidding me? Oh, I'd love to have one... That's going to take a wee bit of computer processing, especially when you have a whole card (or cards) full...
Sometimes we need to pull ourselves back a bit from our frenetic "modern life"...so it is for me when I am in the White Mountains just south and east of Bishop California. Known for the famous Bristle Cone Pine trees growing at 11,000' feet elevation, life is harsh....
For the last few years I have been using iPhones as my Smartphone and for making images. It started out simple enough, a snap here and there when visiting friends and such... But then one day I had an idea. I would use it when scouting locations for workshops and...