68 GB

I attended and photographed the the UI commencement for the first time today. I’ve lived in Moscow, Idaho since 1996 minus 2000-2001 and I have never attended a commencement at UI.  I brought home about 68 GB of photos.  And commensurate with that number I was...
VIPs and Cameras

VIPs and Cameras

Definitely one of the perks of being a photographer is that your job takes you to photograph interesting people, and sometimes those people are also VIPs.  Tonight was one of those nights.  I covered the Presidents Commencement Dinner for the University of Idaho and I...
Photog Class 4: Exposure

Photog Class 4: Exposure

Exposure is the amount of light you record on the sensor for any part of a frame.  First, we’ll talk about the various ways to control your exposure, then we’ll discuss some creative principles and opportunities created by exposure. There are three ways to...
Why Adobe Reminds Me of Canon (not in a good way)

Why Adobe Reminds Me of Canon (not in a good way)

Adobe software is the absolute standard in media production today, and has steadily gained market-share over the last 20 years, as far as I can tell.  They make the most powerful tools and they cover the broadest spectrum of digital production needs.  In photography...
Busy = Coconut Stories, VR, and Group Photos

Busy = Coconut Stories, VR, and Group Photos

This post is going to have to be short because I’m quite busy right now.  End of the school year is approaching and University of Idaho is one of my regular photography clients.  I have to say that I really love the work I get to do there.  Universities,...
Photog Class 3: The Frame

Photog Class 3: The Frame

In this class I want to focus on the Frame.  How do you compose your images inside a frame.  In the past frames were viewed by the edges of the print, or by the actual frame in which the art was displayed.  Today, we have our images framed on the screens of our...