There’s a simple way to focus the viewer’s eye on what your photograph is all about.
Looking closely at what’s not so obvious always rewards the observer.
Heading to Maine? My recommendation is to eat a lobster roll a day—I did. Reviews follow.
There are pros and cons to veering off the traditional path to self-publishing. Ask yourself five questions to decide.
A frustrating bout with my inkjet printer led me to exploring the meaning of RGB and CMYK.
There are a few strategies for making the most of any conference you attend, including these five.
Will the iconic Frost Tower find itself overtowered and overpowered one day by Austin’s many taller buildings?
There are three essential—and easy—chores necessary to maintain your blog’s good health.
When things never stop moving, there’s an iPhone app for that.
Don’t suffer with the inadequate Wordpress.com Reader a moment longer. Here’s how to follow your favorites in Feedly.
Take a walk and keep your iPhone handy, because there’s always another picture around the bend.
Set your speed at 65 mph and take aim with your iPhone. Professional drivers only.
With just one tap of your finger, your iPhone photography takes focusing to the next level—near, or far.
Life is fleeting; for its most ephemeral moments, we have our iPhones.
There are rules to be followed, and there are rules to learn and reject.