Here are updates about upcoming events, workshops and tours. You'll also find information on what's new in the JOURNAL, in the GALLERIES, in my GEAR bag and other noteworthy things.
When the weather dares us to go out, we may miss some good photographic opportunities that we'll regret later if we don't. So which conditions do we avoid and which do we try to outlast?
Read more in a new JOURNAL entry entitled WEATHER OR NOT
February 24-28, 2020
Explore the park's dramatic desert landscapes at the right time of year. Our days include daily classroom sessions, field trips and image critiques. With two leaders for our small group, you'll get plenty of personal attention.
Read more on the WORKSHOPS and TOURS page.
What a difference a monitor makes. I retired a View Sonic monitor from its place as my primary screen to the right-hand position on my desk where it's home to the menus when I'm working in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Now I'm seeing my work via the NEC PA243W monitor. Like many photographers, I chose it for its highly-regarded picture quality and its ease of rotation from horizontal to vertical. I picked the packaged deal that included a screen calibration tool and dedicated software. The optional screen hood fits well, though like many kit things, its assembly instructions were cryptic in places.
Read more about monitors in my JOURNAL here.
May 20-24, 2020
Explore Oregon's rugged coast and lush landscapes. From ancient forests, seascapes, tidal pools and working harbors, the coastal environments offer boundless scenes and subjects.
Read more on the WORKSHOPS AND TOURS page.
A good friend is like a good sunrise -- a surprise that never gets old.
I'm pleased to join Rod Barbee for three workshops and a tour this year. We co-led workshops years ago until we found challenges that took us in different directions. Now we'll get together again for new adventures in some of our favorite places.
Rod is a wonderful photographer, teacher and friend. I know we both look forward to sharing the trail and the view with like-minded photographers again. It's the best way I know to renew old friendships and make new ones.
See my Workshops and Tours here.