Four Photographers Get Some Great Advice

Four Photographers Get Some Great Advice
Thank you, photographers, for participating in the recent Shoot to Serve photo assignment, Titus 3:5-6 VersPic Opportunity! Here’s an update from the VersePic director, Ben, on why he used the picture he used and why he didn’t use the pictures he didn’t use. This is some extremely practical education that you folks... Read More »

A Story From Gibson Ranch

A Story From Gibson Ranch
Back in July, after the Sacramento Family Conference, there was a group of conference staff that needed to get to the airport early Saturday morning. Even though it meant getting up at like 3:30am to get them there (and we were all exhausted from running the conference that week), I volunteered to do the airport run... Read More »

The Photographer’s Roadmap Infographic

The Photographer’s Roadmap Infographic
The last Photography Team of the year is almost here! Looking forward to heading up to Wisconsin on Monday for the Green Lake Family Conference. In preparation for it, I put together a fun little infographic that I’ll be handing out to the attending photographers. We’ll be working hard at learning as much as we can... Read More »

Behind the Shot: Spot of Green

Behind the Shot: Spot of Green
It wasn’t the best sunset in the world, that balmy evening I spent with Jonathan on top of Enchanted Rock in Texas earlier this month, but I was very grateful that the clouds broke away just enough to make a sunburst for that one, single composition I had figured would be the best when we first arrived. The... Read More »

Ideas for Photographing Groomsmen

Ideas for Photographing Groomsmen
Had a lot of fun editing photos from Cole & Nawon’s wedding today! Here are some of my favorite shots from the time spent with the groomsmen. I don’t know about you, but when it comes to setting up people creatively for a photo, I rely heavily on inspiration from great photos I’ve seen taken by other... Read More »

Behind the Shot: Castle Crags

Behind the Shot: Castle Crags
Castle Crags Wilderness in the shadow of Mt. Shasta in northern California is a pretty amazing place! But even with epic surroundings, I still have to put thought into how I compose my shots (among other factors) so they’ll still look epic when I view them later on my computer at home. This was my first vantage point... Read More »

11 Tips From My Photography Trip To California

11 Tips From My Photography Trip To California
You might say it was cheating on the last trip … It was to California, a true vacation of backpacking, hammocking, pristine wilderness, alpine vistas, epic sunsets, snow-capped mountain…yeah, who needs to be a pro to get awesome pictures with surroundings like that? (Of course, I disagree with that reasoning, but now... Read More »

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