Focus on the ripples in your pond

In this week’s podcast, I talk about how the work we make is all about the small details and impacts. Like ripples in a pond you never know how big of impact something you do might be but obsessing about how big the impact is or should be can lead to a dark creative place. Much of the work we do in art isn’t about major groundshaking events, it is in the smallest moments.

Does our style shift when working on different photographic projects

In this week’s podcast, we take a look at the question of does our style change when we change what we photograph or is our style consistent. I was asked recently if our style changes all the time based on what we photograph. They gave the example of black and white landscapes verse color fashion photography each being of interest but having a completely different look and approach. I thought it was a great question to tackle this week.

Stuck in neutral and the sense of going nowhere

There are times that everyone faces in their photography when you feel like things are going nowhere. Maybe you are spending more money The longer we spend on photography, the less time and energy we have to do photography. This week we take a look at how the work can get in the way of the work.

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Display P3 Color Space and Color Management

If you are working on a Mac or a newer Windows machine, you might see the option for Display P3 as a color space or exporting option for your images from programs like Photoshop or Lightroom. In this video, you can learn about DP3 and how it might impact your...