Archive for June, 2012

This House of (Louisiana) Sky

This House of (Louisiana) Sky

Driving the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway yesterday I was struck once more by the beauty of the big cloud formations forming and billowing before me: it’s maybe my favorite sensation related to the drive…

At the Ocean’s Edge: Shoreline Photography

At the Ocean’s Edge: Shoreline Photography

I’ve had the incredible good fortune to spend the last few days in a beach house right on the Atlantic Ocean, out on the Isle of Palms along South Carolina’s barrier island coast. It’s been fantastic for the photography that I do: wet and windy, nasty weather!…

Photowalk: Washington, D.C.’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Photowalk: Washington, D.C.’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood

I had the chance to spend a few days in Washington, D. C. recently, up in the historic neighborhood east of the U.S. Capitol that’s known as Capitol Hill. It’s the oldest neighborhood in the city and home to 35,000 people. Perfect location for a photowalk…

Photography and Light: the Magic and the Mystery

Photography and Light: the Magic and the Mystery

For a photographer, is there anything more magical or fundamental to our work than light? Light, in all its myriad forms: it’s at the heart of all that we do. Some thoughts about this most-essential ingredient to your success…