Ten galleries of images representing David's work, both personal and professional, over the last 8 years.


If you've tried the books about gear and long for something more, David's poured his heart into 20 books and ebooks for you.


Two carefully curated collections of 24 beautiful fine-art prints and folios for your walls or your personal collection.

Mar 4th


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Home now from beautiful Ecuador and a week shooting for World Vision Canada. The images from these shots and the ones from Malawi and Democratic Republic of Congo that I shot late last year (go to – there’s a gallery called World Vision: Africa where you can see those images and later this week you’ll see a new gallery – World Vision: Ecuador.) will be in this year’s Christmas Gift Catalogue – a project I urge you to support. It’s one thing to buy a guinea pig for a child in Africa, it’s another entirely once you meet them and see in them a gorgeous boy or girl – just like you and I were but better-looking – with hopes a dreams and a sense of humour and a story all their own. I’m going to get off my soap-box now. I keep it perilously close at hand, so start making plans to really give this year. Cause honestly, the way we do it here in North America isn’t really giving, it’s just redistributing the crap – a great trading, not a great giving. Ooops, soapbox. How’d I get up on this again?

The trip was amazing and I will be posting images shortly.

Lexar has agreed to let me begin a regular column on their site and while we’re still working out the details it will be much the same as the articles I regularily write – lessons learned on the road while on assignment – travel photography issues, thoughts on gear, some theory about working with kids and families, all the usual stuff that I usually unload on unsuspecting friends can now be frantically avoided by strangers as well. Keep an eye on

11 days until I head out again – this has been a busy season – this time to Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Uganda.

Updated 10:20am: I’ve posted a small gallery of selects on the portfolio site, look for the World Vision: Ecuador link.

Feb 23rd


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New Partner: GITZO

I’m just about to leave on my current assignment; in 36 hours I will be in Quito, Ecuador. Between now and then I have a layover at LAX and then a short one in Miami. I’m pleased to announce, before I leave, that GITZO has agreed to sponsor me and include me in their Local […]

Feb 20th


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Lexar Announces New Products

This morning I got wind of Lexar’s latest offerings. Rob Galbraith has an article about the details HERE but here’s the basics on the new products. The Professional 300x CompactFlash Line - While the jump in speed won’t be something your camera can take advantage of it will be dramatically noticeable as you upload from […]

Feb 19th


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The Wait is Over.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ships today. If you get in on it within the next month or so there’s an introductory pricing that will save you $100USD. You have three choices on purchase – you can download it, have the discs sent to you, or download it AND have backup discs sent. If you opt for […]

Feb 17th


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Display Profiling and Calibration: Eye-One Display2

I finally got around to getting a hardware-based calibration tool. I’ve been using the calibration tools in Apple’s OSX knowing I needed to get a hardware based solution at some point. After looking through a barrage of mind-numbing articles about ICC and colour management and related mumbo-jumo I was about ready just to sacrifice a […]