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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

Starr's Mill

Starr’s Mill – Improve Your Photography by Going Back

About this time last year I posted about a visit I made to Starr's Mill. A lot can happen, and a lot can change, in a year. Before last year's visit to Georgia moving here was not even a remote thought. It wasn't until several weeks after my visit, in May, that we pulled the … Continue reading Starr’s Mill – Improve Your Photography by Going Back

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Discipline and confidence in boxing photography

Boxing. I've never really been a fan, and I still wouldn't classify myself as one, but I did enjoy the opportunity to photograph some sparing at the California Street Boxing Club in Stockton. [Tweet "It isn’t that these kids want to learn how to fight. They want discipline and confidence."] It isn't that these kids … Continue reading Discipline and confidence in boxing photography