Mastering my craft…

The day hasn't been overly busy, but it has been steady. I was up and out earlier than I have been of late. I was filming the weekly devotional put out by our church during the Covid-19 shutdown. After we finished the filming, I headed down to the store to do the editing on the … Continue reading Mastering my craft…

Working on “downtime.”

It's been a few days since I've written. Things have been busy. Between work picking up, school, and my photography, I have not had much in the way of downtime, but I'm not complaining. With the weather getting nicer, I've been getting out to shoot more, and have been really happy with some of the … Continue reading Working on “downtime.”

Photography Friday: ACDSee

For image cataloging, I love ACDsee. I was turned on to the software by Greg Johnson, the Tornado Hunter, in one of his two workshops I've taken. The software allows you to go through photos fairly quickly, much more quickly than using Mac's finder app. Using the software I am able to comb through hundreds … Continue reading Photography Friday: ACDSee

Photography Friday:Workflow

In an effort to introduce some focused content into my blog, I'm introducing Photography Fridays. These blogs will be focused on various aspects of photography, ranging from workflow to equipment that I use. Before I got into photography, I was under the false assumption that it was all pointing and shooting a camera, however since … Continue reading Photography Friday:Workflow

Going Forward… Goals

I'm sitting at over 560 blog posts since I started this journey in the fall of 2017. That's a lot of time behind the keyboard. I am grateful from my community support in doing this blog, and have no plans to end it any time soon, however lately I have been thinking about what my … Continue reading Going Forward… Goals