Mongolia: Heading Home – UPDATED

In Travel by David8 Comments

I’m delayed leaving UlaanBaatar due to high winds. At this point I’ve got no idea when I am going to be home. But the broadband at the Chinggis Khaan Hotel is excellent, so I’ve posted a small gallery of selects on the PixelatedImage Portfolio site. Follow THIS LINK and then look for the Mongolia Gallery. This assignment was for the …

Why I liked – no, LOVED, Joe McNally's The Moment It Clicks

In Thoughts & Theory by David2 Comments

There are alot of photography books, all drawing from the same lexicon. The Moment It Clicks is different. I read, as many reviewers seem to have done, McNally’s book in one sitting. I was on my way to Mongolia via Beijing and had some time to kill. Others have commented on the conversational feel of the book; several hours flew …

Joe McNally is Coming To Mongolia With Me.

In Influences by DavidLeave a Comment

If you’ve been living under your proverbial rock you might be forgiven if you don’t know who Joe McNally is, or that he’s written what is being hailed as “THE” photography book of 2008. The hype on this book is so universally enthusiastic that I pre-ordered it on Amazon and I NEVER pre-order. But it came today, just after I …

Lumen Dei: One Day Workshop in Temple, Texas

In Uncategorized by David7 Comments

On April 05, 2008 Matt Brandon and I will be conducting a one day workshop for amateur and intermediate photographers looking to hone their skills. Digital photography offers an unprecedented level of control as a photographer, but ya gotta know your stuff. This is “know your stuff” bootcamp. We’ll begin the day with a photoshoot and discuss technical and creative …