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Whether it is a dramatic sunrise/sunset or a beautiful red flower, the color red is a challenging color to photograph. Why? In today’s digital photography world, most pros have taught you to push your histogram to the right edge without touching it and using your highlight alert indicator to show that you have no/very few blown […]

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The Problem with Reflections

I have always been fascinated with reflection shots and often plan them on my landscape shots even going so far as carrying water to make “Lake Roman” as you can see in the image above. I have tried to incorporate this into my macro photography teaching and purchased some black Plexiglas to make on demand reflections. […]

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Macro ebook Released

I am thrilled to announce the release of my macro photography ebook: “Taking Your Macro Photography to the Next Level”. Have you ever wondered how the pros make stunning, tack sharp macro images?  In my book I share inside tips and techniques used to create these beautiful photographs.  I share my 20+ years of photography […]

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