[Q&A] Image Resolution on Facebook…Any Advise?

I’m going to be starting a new feature on my blog, one that will commit myself to posting credible content that hopefully will help the person that asked the question to begin with. But also to start to build an organized reference area that can be referred to at anytime …

Outtakes + Color Reference + Test Shots of the Year.

Photographing people doesn’t have to be all serious, I like to have a bit of fun when our location. Those of you that have had the portrait experience with me will know (and might find yourself pictured below) that it’s really not as bad as one thinks when getting portraits made of …

The 8×12, the “New 8×10”.

Over the years I have done my share of cropping photos, and even back in the darkroom I would be a little upset when I put my 8×10 piece of paper under the enlarger only to find that I would end up clipping 2-inches of my image right off. The 8×10 format has a long standing in the history of photography, but I wouldn’t mind seeing a shift to the 8×12, the “New 8×10”. To be honest, my framer that has been making 8×12 inch frames for awhile now. I was in the process of picking up some 20×30 inch …

History Repeats Itself, over and over.

There is an expression that says “History repeats itself.” And I, being a photographer am a true and firm believer of this expression. After all, we as photographers are capturing history. Whether it be fashion, documentary, editorial, food, lifestyle, journalism, every area of photography is a historic documentation that otherwise would not have lived on outside of memories and stories of people that were there. This has always intrigued me as a photographer, I have the feeling that History depends on us to make photos. I recently did some very unique copy-work for a new client. She was a soft-spoken …