Being on the water in Maine taught me that the most unexpected things are the ones that bring lasting satisfaction.
When every angle leads up, you can’t fight it. And your iPhone has a way of showing your eye where to go.
How I made a scene turn painterly with brushstrokes of color and light using a wobbly river for a canvas.
There’s more than one way to frame a photo.
Your camera must always be ready to take in what your eyes can’t. But since it helps to be ready at the right time, here are three tips.
If you believe, as I do, that life is lived in the details, your camera must always be ready to take in what you can’t.
There are miles and miles of Texas that include bugs, glamour, bison and treasures, to name just a few things.
Here’s evidence that good things come in threes, too.
When you get off the beaten path, Texas shows you its hidden treasures.
Get happy at the State Fair of Texas, whether you’re a football fan or an iPhoneography fan.
Some boundaries demand us to push beyond them; in Scenic, South Dakota, it took awhile.
Do we like grids because they make sense in a nonsensical world? I do.
Inspiration is everywhere. But motivation has a misunderstood, trickier aspect to it.
In 1963, mission creep meant taking an unexpected trip 34 feet beneath the earth into the creepy unknown.
There’s a simple way to focus the viewer’s eye on what your photograph is all about.