What I Learned in Prison

What I Learned in Prison
It’s hard to believe that an entire week has passed and the prison Journey to the Heart is over! It was an experience I will never forget. Seeing men convicted of crime facing heart issues, restructuring their belief system around Biblical principles, and even coming to a point of thanking God for their current... Read More »

The Color of Kansas

The Color of Kansas
Glow of Sunrise God answered our prayers for beautiful sunrises and sunsets every day of the CAPTURE Kansas workshop last week! In fact, the last sunrise of the workshop was far beyond what I expected. I scouted Lake Shawnee beforehand and wasn’t overly impressed. However, it was the only good lake in the area so I... Read More »

A Photographer Who Fears the Lord

A Photographer Who Fears the Lord
A photographer who fears the world changes with the whims of the trends. A photographer who fears the Lord, influences the trends by his principle. “And now, Israel, what doth the Lord thy God require of thee, but to fear the Lord thy God, to walk in all his ways, and to love him, and to serve the Lord thy God with... Read More »

Capturing Kansas

Capturing Kansas
We are having a great time here at the CAPTURE Kansas workshop! We shot the sunrise at an abandoned home built in 1878 and spent some time at an old, abandoned barn close by learning all about metering modes and exposure compensation. During the afternoon, we learned how to organize your photos, how to make... Read More »

A Rainy Day

A Rainy Day
Despite the fact that it rained most the day, I went out scouting anyway! I love the Kansas countryside. And I love it more with each passing day. I didn’t really think I would, being from West Virginia, but the wide open prairie of golden grass dotted with lonely trees and crossed with miles of fences and dirt roads... Read More »

Scouting Kansas

Scouting Kansas
I traveled out to Topeka on Saturday and have been spending time with the Lindsay family preparing for CAPTURE Kansas! The Lindsay’s are a great family with 9 energetic kids and we had a great time playing together over the weekend. On Sunday we went out and scouted out some old buildings which could serve as... Read More »

The Wild West at It’s Best

The Wild West at It’s Best
Transport yourself back into the legendary cowboy days of Gene Autry or the desperadoes of How The West Was Won with these new desktop backgrounds from the popular filming spot known as the Alabama Hills! Retreating Light Download as Desktop Background Light Retreated Download as Desktop Background Dusk Complete... Read More »

Decorate with Canvas

Decorate with Canvas
Yup! It’s another canvas sale for all images on Lenspiration.com. I’m only selling them at the following prices until Friday, October 11th, so take advantage of this opportunity while there’s still time! Normally, purchasing a fine art canvas print from the Lenspiration portfolio is between $200 and $300 depending on... Read More »

A Place Called Alabama Hills

A Place Called Alabama Hills
I didn’t have much time for planning out the next day. It was 10:00 at night and I was leaving bright and early the next morning for a week of vacation and scouting for future CAPTURE California workshops! Where should I stop tomorrow? I knew what route I would be driving so I Googled for photographic sunset... Read More »

How Not to Use a Polarizer

How Not to Use a Polarizer
Not too long ago I posted about the benefits of using a circular polarizer filter. It is a great help for cut reflections in water and increase the color in lakes and sky. However, you can take the polarizer too far. On my way from Los Angeles to Sacramento, I took my time and stopped at various places along the way.... Read More »

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