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Reasons to Keep a Rejected Image

Remember back in the days of film when the only way to take hundreds of photographs was to have several rolls of film on hand? Photographers had to constantly change out the old rolls for new. It was inconvenient, and if you weren't fast you would miss "the shot." However, it forced us to think … Continue reading Reasons to Keep a Rejected Image

Dog Beach Del Mar, CA

Favorite Images of 2018: A Look Back

The end of each year, or the beginning, is a good time to look back at the year that was. It is a time to think about what went well, where improvement can be made, and consider what impact you want to make in the year ahead. During 2018 we traveled to South Carolina, California, … Continue reading Favorite Images of 2018: A Look Back

Old Car

Hitting the Backroads for November Outtakes

Today, December 19, I am working on images I made back in September and using them for my November Outtakes. That should give you a little idea just how big my backlog of images is. And I am just getting started. Working backwards from the present means that my most recent images, on which I … Continue reading Hitting the Backroads for November Outtakes

Point Reyes

Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years

It has been called a shipwreck, but I don't really know. I have also heard that it was simply abandoned. Whatever, the Point Reyes has been a draw for photographers for a very long time. And why not. It may be overdone, but is still a great subject and a fun shoot. I will probably … Continue reading Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years