Charge Your Batteries.

In Creativity and Inspiration, Travel, Workshops and Events by David21 Comments

This is not Hawaii. Just a random beach. But, oh – the batteries that once got recharged here! I love the beach. Aloha! I read this this morning over coffee, “The batteries that keep my cameras working might as well die in the darkness of my camera bag if my personal batteries are not constantly recharged by the direct encounters …

And We’re Back. Kind of.

In News & Stuff, Workshops and Events by David38 Comments

This weekend’s free online CreativeLIVE class on Vision Driven Photography was a lot of fun. And exhausting. And a real stretch for me. I find events like that, and teaching that kind of subject matter, very challenging. Which is why I did it (instead of staying at home and watching endless DVDs of HOUSE M.D. or something). I mentioned in …

Join us on CreativeLIVE today.

In News & Stuff, Workshops and Events by David21 Comments

Good morning, folks. It’s 9:50am on Friday the 23rd here in Seattle. We’re almost an hour away from going live on the CreativeLIVE VisionDriven Photography weekend. I’d tell you I’m excited – which I am – but I think the overriding emotion right now is something more like terror. Lots of deep yogic breathing going on over here. Anyways, this …

Come Learn With Me. 2011 Workshops.

In Travel, Workshops and Events by David7 Comments

I’m limiting my workshops this year to these four, my Kenyan Safari (keep reading for details), the annual Lumen Dei trip to Northern India, and one we’re still planning, to Mexico for Day of the Dead. And maybe Kathmandu again. If you’d like to spend time with me in a small group setting working on your vision and your craft, …

PODCAST: My Process – NYC Busker

In Creativity and Inspiration, Thoughts & Theory, Tutorials &Technique, Video podcast, Within The Frame, Workshops and Events by David35 Comments

While in New York I went out with a brand new 24/3.5 Tilt/Shift lens to see what kind of damage I could do. I’m preparing to take this lens as one of my primary lenses for the Iceland trip and wanted to start the learning curve now. I had some fun photographing this busker in Central Park and thought I’d …