5 Tips for Shooting in Dreary January

5 Tips for Shooting in Dreary January
January is always sort of a slow month for creating pictures for me. The landscape in West Virginia is usually just plain ugly: no greenery, gray skies, rainy days, slushy snow. It’s especially boring when there’s no snow at all. And even when there is snow, it’s only really worth taking pictures of for a day or so,... Read More »

What Are Your Goals?

What Are Your Goals?
What are your goals in life? Really. What has God called you to accomplish before you die? What long-range objectives are you trying to reach? Do any of these goals require the skill of photography? Think about that for a minute. If not, then let me encourage you to put your camera down and seek God’s face... Read More »

Be A Warning Sign

Be A Warning Sign
I’m sure you heard about the massive, 193-car pile-up that happened in Michigan a few days ago due to snow and low visibility. One graphic video, documenting two heart-wrenching minutes of collision after collision leaves one breathing and thinking hard. Even if you’ve seen it, Pile-Up on Michigan Highway I-94 makes... Read More »

Top 25 From 2014

Top 25 From 2014
Have you taken some time to look back through the pictures you took in 2014? Which ones were your favorite? Why? Looking back over a year of photographs is good practice at the beginning of a year. Of course it’s always fun to relive walking through the beautiful places you had the privilege of exploring the previous... Read More »

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