Through The Fog - Copyright Joel Robison

It’s not every day that person’s work transports one to another time or place. Rarer still is the photo that makes one feel like they are peeking in on another, magical world; so it is with the photography of Joel Robison. I discovered Joel’s work a few years ago on Instagram and I’ve been an […]

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I was talking with a young photographer who I admire the other day, and I advised her to be bold – to move forward – and to do it now. Don’t wait for permission from someone else to take the next step in your career because permission is rarely given. If you wait on permission […]

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If you are anything like me, you want to move on to the next shoot once a previous once is finished. The pressure to keep a steady flow of work is undeniably strong; especially when you have bills that need to be paid. However, the follow up process after is a shoot is absolutely crucial. […]

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Almost twenty years ago Atlanta was frenetically preparing for the Centennial Olympic Games. Immediately after every Olympics, the Paralympic Games are held. These disabled athletes have lots of determination and heart. I set up a studio in one of the buildings where the athletes live in the Paralympic Village. Today it’s part of Georgia Tech. […]

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When I started photography in high school, I spent the majority of my time in the darkroom making prints from the few negatives I shot. It took a lot of time to finally see what I’d recorded on film. When I started digital photography I the complete opposite experience. I could now see my photographs […]

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I’m going to share an exercise with you that is so simple, some of you may have trouble believing it can work. But it does. Over the years I’ve shared this with hundreds of photographers – in person, at workshops, seminars, etc. I’ve also extended this information via blogs and podcasts to countless thousands. Of […]

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I love the Boy Scout motto of Be Prepared. As a photographer that often means carrying extra batteries, a spare camera, and an extra memory card. But also knowing the location, and what conditions you’ll be working under. Practice Ahead of Time We just recently moved into a house with a pool, and I have […]

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