From golden time to twilight to dusk, the best light can be found when it’s waning.
You can’t always get what you want. But if you try, some times, you just might get what you need.
Children showing off human nature make the greatest teachers: See how they pose for the camera.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but it’s possible to illustrate one word with just one photo. Here are 11 examples.
Having a framework for writing is almost as important as the writing itself. We can learn from the writing rituals of the great ones.
In praise of rust: an homage to one of photography’s timeworn but favorite subjects.
In life, it’s best to hope for adventure, but to be careful what you wish for. Especially in the Grand Tetons.
A lone tree provoked three distinct treatments, using a trusted photo app and a new painting app, for stylistic effects.
There is no certainty but one: When you don’t record the moment, your adventure is but a memory.
Get a panoramic view of Austin’s condos and cranes by kayak, from the center of Lady Bird Lake.
How many apps does it take to edit an iPhone photo? Well, that depends on how many you have.
Just like two side-by-side prints, elements of the natural world are engaged in dialogue, too.
In that elusive effort to get to the rainbow’s pot of gold, my camera comparison yielded some surprising results.
Shake ’em, shoot ’em, edit ’em—it’s all good when you mix Mexican martinis with an iPhone 5s and Adobe Lightroom.
You might be surprised at how well the theory of color psychology nails your personality.