The 9 Inning Metaphor

The 9 Inning Metaphor

I am not a real baseball fan.  Games on the radio are the background sound of summer.  They are long, dependable (one always seems to be on) and they are, at times, exciting. While in attendance, it is a sport where attention to the “action” on the field...
Controlling Light

Controlling Light

Location photography challenges me in many ways.  When a project comes in, it is typically relayed  first in an email, followed by a phone conversation and eventually a scouting session. That scouting session gives me an idea of what I can and cannot control on site. ...
From raw images to real world advertising

From raw images to real world advertising

When I am hired for my abilities as a commercial advertising photographer, I usually become part of a team.  A marketing person or graphic designer might contact me to request a quote for a project.  Usually a detailed description of what the client is looking for...
Winter Sunlight

Winter Sunlight

Winter in northeast Wisconsin upsets many who live here. Weeks of numbing bitter cold, hazardous driving conditions and frustrating feelings of hibernation in one’s interiors, can fuel depression, angst and loneliness. This cabin fever is magnified now by the...
To Light, Or Not To Light

To Light, Or Not To Light

Growing up in the midwest, I had my favorite sports teams and Sports Illustrated magazine’s photographs, particularly of arena sports (NBA and NHL), were the subjects of my bedroom posters.  At that  time of adolescence, I didn’t think about how the...
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