Interview with Harland Schuster

I’ve been neglecting my blog lately (I’m lucky it is still speaking to me!) and I’m looking forward to posting on a regular basis again.  To get things rolling again, I’m posting my third interview with a Kansas based photographer, this time with Harland Schuster (if you need a warmup before diving into Harland’s interview, you can…

Interview with Brad Mangas

My last post was my first ‘interview’ post with photographer Jim Griggs. I’m really excited to be making my second post in the ‘interview’ series this time with photographer Brad Mangas.  The focus of these posts is to showcase some of the great talent we have in Kansas and also to highlight work of other…

Interview with Jim Griggs

One thing I’ve been wanting to start for awhile now with my blog is a series of interviews of photographers who have inspired me in some way. When I first got really serious about photography one thing I did that really helped me become a better photographer was to study the work of other nature…

Upcoming workshop “Basic Camera Controls”

I have a photography workshop along with Wayne Rhodus coming up March 24th at the Columbian Theater in Wamego, Kansas. This is a “Basic Camera Controls” workshop and is geared toward helping you take control of your camera and getting familiar with setting it.  The workshop will also cover the basics of photography.  You can…

Wandering the Shoreline

I took advantage of the nice weather Sunday evening to photograph sunset out at Tuttle Creek Lake. I’ve noticed that almost all of the photography I have done this winter has been “waterscapes.” I’ve always really enjoyed photographing water but this winter it seems that I’ve only really been inspired by water.  I’m sure once…

Waiting on the Moon, again

Earlier this month I decided it was time to try and photograph another moon rise. Checking The Photographer’s Ephemeris I found that the moon was going to rise over a nice little cove on Tuttle Creek Lake.  The cove is not far from my house and filled with really interesting dead trees (only a photographer could say…