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Landscape Portraits

Landscape Portraits

| February 20, 2018 | 4 Replies

Human faces prompt me to ponder the thoughts and feelings of the persons they belong to, rather than my own.

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The Healing Landscape

The Healing Landscape

| February 17, 2018 | 6 Replies

The natural landscape offers more than just innate metaphors for obsolete emotional associations; it can also be-in a real and measurable sense-therapeutic, and conducive to a more meaningful life.

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The Value of Originality

The Value of Originality

| January 15, 2018 | 22 Replies

The following article was originally published in LensWork Magazine. If you do not express your own original ideas, if you do not listen to your own being, you will have betrayed yourself. Also, you will have betrayed your community in failing to make your contribution. ~Rollo May It is rare that I find reason to […]

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Twenty Seventeen

Twenty Seventeen

| January 3, 2018 | 3 Replies

As in past years, I sit to write this post pondering the significance of the ending of 2017. There isn’t one, for me. Or, at least there isn’t one founded in any meaningful milestone or other consequential event in my life or work. But, as I realized in past years, pausing to reflect on the events of a full year is good in itself, and seems especially worthy when shared alongside similar reflections by many of my colleagues.

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Vision and Life Interview

Vision and Life Interview

| December 22, 2017 | 1 Reply

My thanks to Mirko Vecernik for his patience and for featuring an interview with me on his new web project, dedicated to inspiration: Vision and Life. I look forward to see how it evolves.

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Knowledge and Imagination

Knowledge and Imagination

| December 21, 2017 | 8 Replies

Intelligence, imagination, talent, and creativity will get nowhere without a basis of knowledge and skills, and for this education must be sufficiently structured and focused. But an education too rigid, too formulaic, too lacking in narrative, may kill the once-active, inquisitive mind of a child. ~Oliver Sacks Albert Einstein may be the quintessential genius of […]

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The Traditions of Photography

The Traditions of Photography

| November 20, 2017 | 5 Replies

This essay was adapted from one previously published in LensWork Magazine. On the road from fish, bird, and ape to the war-waging animal of our time, on the long road by which we hope in time to become men and gods, it could not have been the “normal” ones that had pressed forward from stage […]

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Don’t (Always) Blame Yourself

Don’t (Always) Blame Yourself

| November 10, 2017 | 4 Replies

We recognize that someone has found their voice when their distinctive spiritual or emotional core becomes an inseparable part of their art. Reaching that threshold means letting the concerns and influences of others fall away, so that your own voice is heard clearly. It takes a whole lot of dedication and conviction and hard work […]

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The Landscape Photographer’s Guide to Photoshop

The Landscape Photographer’s Guide to Photoshop

| September 25, 2017 | 4 Replies

Excited to announce that my new book is now available in electronic format. The print edition is not far behind. My publisher, Rocky Nook, is currently offering the electronic edition at a considerable discount:

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LensWork Monograph: The Least Impossible Way

LensWork Monograph: The Least Impossible Way

| September 6, 2017 | 3 Replies

I have a limited quantity of my (now out of print) LensWork Monograph, titled, The Least Impossible Way. This is part of LensWork’s Monograph Series (#9 in the series) and is a 72-page soft-cover book containing a portfolio of my images and a couple of short essays about my work. To purchase an autographed copy for […]

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