January and February are definitely the hardest months of the year for most of us 365ers. We've passed the glowing lights and warmth of December, but we're not quite to the return of the light in March. It's dark, dark, dark and often dreary with very little hope of pretty snow to cover it all.
When I'm met with a challenge in my daily shooting, I often get through it by, well- issuing myself a new challenge! Read More
My boys and I have lots of adventures. But every once in a while, there is an outing that leaves a lasting impression. I'd like to think that these passionate learning-driven events contribute in some small way to shaping my sons into who they will one day be. Read More
It was 4:00pm and it was that Time of Day. Every day by that time, my feet ache, my nerves are frayed, the kids are tired, I'm hungry, etc. etc. etc. But with only an hour until dinnertime, collapsing onto the couch is the last thing I have time to do. Plus, there's always the chance that if I sit down I'll never get up!
On this day, I shuffled into the kitchen, still a little foggy-headed and craving a nap after reading to my oldest from his favorite chapter book series. I dug the chicken out of the refrigerator and turned around to see an overflowing and cluttered countertop. Every part of our day had contributed to the overwhelming mess in front of me. Read More
Even though I hadn't committed one way or another to another 10 on 10 project such as the one I did last year, I knew when I woke up Saturday to one of my favorite days of the year (Snow Day!) that there was no better day than today to document fully.
So here are some highlights of the weekend storm, from our view. If you'd like to read more about each photo, click to enlarge and hover over the image. Read More
Finally. We were beginning to think the snow would never visit our little spot on the map. As soon as it began to fall, the kids' noses were plastered to the windows. I held them off as long as I could, but to no avail. I bundled them up till you could only see their squished faces and we out in the 18 degree cold. Read More
Happy New Year! For most people, January 1st is a day of turning over a new leaf, making lists of resolutions, and planning for the year to come. But for many photographers, January 1st is like being issued a new creative license. A new year, a new project. After completing a 365 that stretched my shooting abilities in so many ways, I'm ready to start again with updated goals. Read More
When you are storytelling, one of the simplest things you can do to tell all of the story is think about perspective. It is incredibly easy to fall into the trap of standing in one spot like there is glue on your feet and ending up with 30 frames that are so similar you have play the "which thing is different" game to decipher which one you want to keep. To avoid falling into this trap, think: Read More