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How the Photography Establishment is biased against Digital Artists

One of the things I want to do to further my growth as a photographer and artist is enter my work in competitions.   Being compared with your peers and gaining valuable feedback is something that could be a useful experience. 465 more words


Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation - Focus on the Wild

I just came across an advertisement for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundations April 2016 Focus on the Wild photo contest.  The April subject is “Texas wildflowers in bloom.”  I immediately knew exactly which photographs I wanted to enter.   343 more words


I feel the competitions listed on this post are well enough known that going into details of each one would be somewhat pointless and would be nothing more than repeating what is available on each of the competitions sites.   356 more words



The fourth and final stop on our Normandy D-Day road trip was Pointe-du-Hoc.  The Fighting-Texas-Aggie in me had been looking forward to visiting Pointe-du-Hoc all day, as it was Lieutenant Colonel James Earl Rudder who led the Army Rangers to victory at Pointe-du-Hoc.   277 more words

Picture Perfect

Is it a photo, a pencil sketch, a painting? A photo, actually, and it most definitely can be considered its own kind of art in my book. 86 more words


BoeAlps Photography Contest Winners!

So I don’t thank Kyle nearly enough for what a wonderful photographer he is but this last week we won a couple of prizes for some of his beautiful photographs from BoeAlps at their annual BoeAlps Photography Competition.   101 more words


The full picture

I do like a nice bit of garden photography.

It is one of the greatest ironies of garden writing life that at a time when pictures are acknowledged to be the most important factors in attracting everything from Twitter followers to magazine and book sales, a time when you’d think publishers would be falling over themselves to buy the very best and eyecatching photos they can afford, they are spending less and less money on actually buying photographs from proper photographers. 341 more words