Vision Is Better, Ep.54

On the heels of hearing Ted Forbes (The Art of Photography podcast) say that nobody cares about our photography, I have some ideas about why beginning with that assumption is...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.53

I just took delivery of the new edition of my first book, Within The Frame, and I’m dying to sign them a couple and give them away. Watch the episode...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.52

Join me this week as I show you a few examples of how I live with my work. Printing it is enough of a barrier for...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.51

Just back from spending 12 days off the coast of Baja, here’s a look at some of my images and a reminder of the importance of submission...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.50

Join me as I discuss the making of, and post-production of one of my images from the recent trip to photograph the grizzlies in the British...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.49

I have long been a fan of giving people prints when I travel. Often that means bringing them with me the next time I return, but...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.48

Critique of our work, when coming from the right sources, can be invaluable. Here are three thoughts on receiving that critique in a way to is...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.47

Giving a critique is not the same as mindless praise. Praise can be encouraging, but no matter how well intentioned it is, it’s not helpful as...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.46

I was talking to my friend Paul Nicklen recently about the path he’s taken to become a National Geographic photographer and he told a story that...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.45

It doesn’t matter if you don’t like black and white (seriously, who doesn’t like black and white? Shame on you!) - looking at your images in...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.44

This episode I talk about modes. Should you be using P, AV, TV, or M? The episode was inspired by an article I read on Peta...
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Vision Is Better, Ep.43

I write a lot of books and do a lot of teaching, and there is no end of the books and tutorials and tips and tricks...
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