Tag Archives: Photography


Interview in PhotoEd

An interview I had earlier this year is now an article at PhotoEd Magazine. PhotoEd is a Canadian magazine aimed at educational institutions and features established and up-and-coming Canadian photographers. It’s a good article with excellent photo […]

Continue reading »

Free eBooks from Craft and Vision

Here are two excellent free ebooks from the great photographers at Craft and Vision. Lots of great ideas and inspirational photography – click on the images to visit the website and get your copies today.

Continue reading »

The Photographic Quickie

    For someone who does not photograph full time, there is the danger of allowing your skills to become rusty:  your technique, your eye for design and your dedication may falter in direct proportion […]

Continue reading »

Framing a Photograph for Gallery Display

One method that art galleries use to provide a uniform display of a variety of prints is to call for the image to be framed in a simple narrow black metal frame with a generous […]

Continue reading »

Book Review: Kubota’s ‘Lighting Notebook’

The full title is Kevin Kubota’s Lighting Notebook; 101 Lighting Styles and Setups for Digital Photographers. While I do little structured photography of people, I was interested in this book because my wife is involved with […]

Continue reading »

How to Fight Photographer’s Block

During my holidays I allowed myself to succumb to ease rather than take hold of the opportunities before me. It forced me to face myself and ask: Why do I do photography at all? I […]

Continue reading »