Featured Image of the Week | 10/30/2015


“Shenandoah Sunrise”

For this weeks Featured Image of the Week I went with an image from a recent visit to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. This is a sunrise shot I captured a few weeks ago and, even though I’ve featured images like this in the past, getting back to the mountains was like visiting a close friend I haven’t seen in years…

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The Headshot by Peter Hurley | a Book Review


Today I’m going to share my thoughts on a book I picked up recently called: “The Headshot” by Peter Hurley. I picked up a copy to read on a recent flight and I’m truly happy I did. I buy plenty of books every year but this one is by far the best photography book I’ve purchased this year (and possibly this decade).

If you photograph people then I’d highly recommend you order a copy of this book right now then come back to finish reading this review. It’s less than $30 that will make your portraits and headshots better than that $2,000.00 f1.4 lens you’ve been looking at. Having a good portrait lens is great but the lessons in this book will have you capturing killer shots regardless of your gear. This book IS THAT GOOD!!!

About me | a Five Minute Video


Recently I needed to put together a short video about me. It was part of an application process and it forced me to look back on my career behind a camera (and in front of a computer screen). What struck me the most was how amazing my experiences have been and how lucky I am. I’ve been hustling and doing my best to earn a living while staying relevant in the photography community so putting the last decade or so of experiences together was eye opening for me. Continue reading