Inspiration (For Sale)

In Books, Influences, News & Stuff, Thoughts & Theory by David3 Comments

My limited edition monograph, The Pixelated Image, made Scott Kelby’s Top 5 List today. It’s a long list of favourites from gear to books to teachers to places. The Pixelated Image made it to his Top 5 Photography Books That Will Inspire You list. Quite an honour coming from Mr. Kelby. This book is a collector’s item. Only 100 will …

Diversify.

In Freelance and Business, Images by David2 Comments

This is REO, a 6-week old Cocker Spaniel I had a chance to photograph this week-end. One of my photographic ventures is RedCollar Photographic. My passion is shooting the world and creating photo-resources for the humanitarian and NGO community but I can only be out on the field so much. So, RedCollar is a something I’m rolling out to keep …

May Wallpaper

In Wallpapers by David2 Comments

May’s wallpaper. Shot just outside the houseboat in Kashmir on last year’s Lumen Dei trip. Clicking the image should bring up a full-sized image. Click the thumbnail and a full-sized (1280×853) image will open in a new window. Right clicking that should allow you to save it and make it a desktop wallpaper. It’s early this month, mostly in an …

Welcome To The New Blog

In News & Stuff by David11 Comments

Welcome here, folks. It’s like an after-moving pizza party without all the moving of furniture and stuff. This transition took all day and I could never have done it without the kind of help of ET Web Hosting – they have astonishing customer service and did alot of trouble-shooting for me today. Many of my clients have been hosted with …

On Design Series: Proximity

In Marketing, Self-Promotion by DavidLeave a Comment

This is the seventh installment in the On Design series looking at basic design principles and thoughts intended to help photographers produce better self-promotional pieces. The final P in the “Make your stuff look like CRAP” is Proximity. This principle implies that related elements belong together. Don’t make your prospects look everywhere for information, create an appropriate place for contact …