• 12 Nov0
    North Cascades Crest is in Amazon at last

    North Cascades Crest is in Amazon at last

    North Cascades Crest was the 1st photo book I completed it remains one of my favorites. I decided to try to document the beauty of the crest using primarily medium format cameras. This was an homage to a book I 1st encountered in the 60s, The North Cascades photographed by Tom Miller. I intended to […]

     
  • 6 Nov0
    Sierra Reprinted

    Sierra Reprinted

    Mountaineer’s Books reprint of my book Sierra: Notes & Images From the Range of Light is finally on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/csp7nfv

     
  • 14 Oct0
    Photo Pro India Workshop: Holi and Holy Sites

    Photo Pro India Workshop: Holi and Holy Sites

          In late February I will lead four to five clients to one of the most exciting events a photograher could imagine, Holi, the Festival of Colors in India. Throngs crowd the streets and pack themselves into temple squares where participants fling colored powder and water on one another, a festive chaos that […]

     
  • 14 Oct0
    Project Photography in Luminuous Landscape

    Project Photography in Luminuous Landscape

      Luminous Landscape posted my article concerning how shooting with a project in mind can inform and improve one’s photography. http://tinyurl.com/3hpz2rr

     
  • 18 Jul0

    National Geographic Editors Assess Images

    A video from National Geographic provides a window into the minds of elite editorial photo editors as well as wonderful images, both humorous and affecting. It’s a roadmap for learning how to shoot for them. I posted it on my Facebook Page. http://tinyurl.com/42e222f

     
  • 25 Dec0
    Cartier-Bresson at MOMA SF

    Cartier-Bresson at MOMA SF

    I thought I knew the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson. He was a co-founder of the Magnum agency, the first western journalist invited to cover the Great Leap Forward in communist China, shot Gandhi’s funeral pyre from the podium, coined the term- and lived for- The Decisive Moment, and traveled the globe with a miniscule kit […]

     
  • 6 Oct0

    New Luminous Landscape Article

    I wrote a short piece on using digital medium format for subjects usually shot with 35mm, such a street scenes and wildlife. Check it out at: http://www.luminous-landscape.com/essays/you_cant_do_that.shtml

     
  • 18 May0
    Planet Ice given Gold Medal by Independent Publishers

    Planet Ice given Gold Medal by Independent Publishers

    The Independent Publishers Book Award gold medal for the book Most Likely to Save the Planet was awarded to Planet Ice.  To see the announcement, click: http://tinyurl.com/2ewqqkg

     
  • 22 Apr0
    Outdoor Photographer Features Planet Ice

    Outdoor Photographer Features Planet Ice

    Outdoor Photographer Magazine contains a feature on Planet Ice and how I shot the images. Although they’ve covered earlier books and published my articles, I am especially pleased with this coverage, largely because of the emotional investment in the project and satisfaction with the range of images I shot in less than three years. I […]