Nobody Cares What Camera You Use–the Camera Doesn’t Matter

Unless they can see the difference. Many people cannot see the difference. So, many people don't care what camera you use. The camera doesn't define you, or make your work.  You do! You define your work.  Here's proof.  This photographer shot 100 different cameras, and yet the work all looks similar.  Because it's not the... Continue Reading →

Name a Time, Name a Price, Get a Photograph

I have a dilemma. I love to create photographs, lasting memories, beautiful portraits of people of all ages. But people don’t commission portraits anymore.  An occasional high school senior portrait, because those are due.  But the rest of the time, the rest of the family, nah! We’re living in a time when our phone camera... Continue Reading →

DON’T ‘LIKE’ THESE PHOTOS!

I don't create photographs for likes. I make photographs that will still exist in 50 years, long after the swipe is through, through gallery and book projects. That's why I shoot on film, and make gallery-quality prints. These aren't for likes. I’m looking for two kinds of photographs to make, one for my Roy Stryker... Continue Reading →

I Ain’t Denny’s!

Not everyone demands top quality from a photographer. But as a professional with 30-years of experience as an award-winning published photojournalist, that's all I offer. It certainly costs more, but you get the best quality and service. If you don't want that, please don't call me. I don’t hand over image files because I care... Continue Reading →

Don’t Smile For The Camera

I walked though the National Portrait Gallery's exhibit, AMERICAN COOL, last year.  I shoot for a client in Washington D.C. every spring, and usually there's a little down time when I can walk over to the museums and catch a few. In the American Cool exhibit, no one was smiling.  Well, not no one, but... Continue Reading →

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