Redesigning?

There’s a key design concept that I learned at Desktop Publishing II last week. We learned a lot of cool, geeky deep things, but this one jewel of knowledge kept popping up over the course of the entire week. Without it, you can do all the re-designing you want but still not get anywhere. The key to redesigning is to... Read More »

Expand your Creativity!

Expand your Creativity!
Greetings from Verity Institute’s Desktop Publishing II, Indianapolis, the first ever advanced class of it’s kind! We’re breaking through our current boundaries of creative knowledge and advancing into unexplored territory of design principles, sophisticated Photoshop processes, in-depth InDesign capabilities, and... Read More »

Just Added: a New Category of Posts

Just Added: a New Category of Posts
Drum roll, please! Having critically thought about how each post on this blog is organized, I have determined it most advantageous to create a new category of posts which I now officially announce as, Impressive Places. My hope is that the creation of this new category (and the slight rearrangement of the others)... Read More »

What to see at Okefenokee

What to see at Okefenokee
Thought I’d share a few of my favorite shots from a scouting excursion at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in southern Georgia. What was there to see? I half expected to see the place loaded with alligators and pristine swamp landscape, but in February at the recent fire-ravaged east entrance, there was mainly... Read More »

Pointers on Working Under Pressure

Pointers on Working Under Pressure
Even been asked to take portraits of guests at a wedding reception? When I found out that the guest attendance at David & Pricilla’s wedding in Florida last weekend was going to be 400+, I knew I had a job ahead of me! Here’s some pointers I learned for pulling something like this off: Make sure all your studio... Read More »

Pic of the Month: January ‘12

Pic of the Month: January ‘12
Remnants of A Bygone Era There’s something about this image that speaks of mysterious emptiness. Uninhabited dwellings, girded in wintery vesture, showcasing nothing more than the antiquated existence of a bygone era. Even the composition itself speaks of vacancy, each component leading the eye into an alleyway that... Read More »

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