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Hanalei Pier & turning points in life's teachings.

I’ve revisited this blog to remind myself of some of the principles and discoveries along the way. Two wonderful photos came out of this location, the first, which I discuss below, and cover shot of the pier itself, which after quite a bit of editing, became a bit of an abstract.   359 more words

Fine Art Photography

Once an educator, always an educator.
Whether teaching students or when in administration in public schools, I always considered myself an educator. I certainly hold the adage, once an educator, always an educator. 208 more words


Editing a Dark Photo with PicMonkey for Hobbiest Photographers

Getting Started Using PicMonkey to Edit a Dark Photograph

Editing photographs is a certain fact with digital photography. Once mastered, editing can be just as fun and rewarding as taking photographs. 524 more words


Art of Intuitive Photography -We're Expanding

I’m thrilled to announce that we are expanding our classes to New England with the addition of Dan Lloyd to our Associate Teacher team!

I met Dan 5 years ago when he was visiting NYC and decided to take an Intuitive Photography class with us. 107 more words


My Photography Passion

I was asked to teach Continuing Education photography class at a local college. I am very honored to be a part of this program. When I look back on my photography experience, it is easy to remember when I developed a passion for photography. 161 more words


my father called me last night...

and he said, “Hi, are you home? Will you be there for a while?” (i was in my jammies, & it was about 7:30pm-ish, the only place i had planned on going was to sleep.) 1,007 more words


Eyes Peeled

Recently, while watching a local Chicago television news program entitled Chicago Tonight on WTTW, I was quite surprised to see one of my father’s photographs (from an archive that I manage) being used to help illustrate a story in a segment. 425 more words