My 2022 best photos capture the interesting scenes and moments I experienced in 20022 that involve landscapes, people, and my family.
Virtual photography from video games such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla challenges the meaning of photography. Here are my best 20 “photos.”
My 2021 best photos primarily focus on street photography and portraits with a couple of landscape images.
This is a Leica M262 review after photographing my niece’s fun and colorful 5th birthday party, some of the photos are hilarious!
I quit wedding photography to pursue my true photography passion, to become an art photographer, focused on capturing the everyday.
2020 best photos, these are my top 20 favorite photos. Despite the pandemic, there was no shortage of things and people to photograph.
The types of photos people remember most are the ones of our fellow humans. The lest memorable photos are ones that depict a landscape.
A Memorable photo is worth remembering, especially because it’s special or unusual. But what makes us remember one photo more than another?
I photographed an event that was a 1920s themed casino night, I couldn’t find a good free 1920s lightroom preset, so I made one to share.
Random Art Gallery 4th annual exhibition featured several of my photos alongside other amazing artists such as Josh Dodson and Eric Mancini
Dallas homeless people make up over 3,000 men and women wandering the streets. Many of them sleep on the street at night.
East Dallas Homeless are facing a brutal oncoming winter with no viable shelters in the area forcing them to migrate to South Dallas.
The Jesse James and Robert Ford photograph inspired me so I decided to restore and clean it up while preserving its grungy western feel.
Richard Prince has caused major outrage recently for putting up works of art that are screenshots of other people’s Instagram images.
“Finding The One” is a photo book that highlights the art and process of photography instead of focusing on the final result.
Lucas Foglia in-depth talk about his long-term photography projects and books “A Natural Order” and “Frontcountry.”
The Exley, A UT Dallas research journal, published my photo series called “Hispanica Americana,” which highlights Hispanic culture in Dallas.
Sam Abell presentation “The Photographic Life,” was a fantastic talk about his life and work that I learned so much from.
Jeff Langhammer and Ryan Li, are two very talented professional photographers and videographers that I sat down with for an interview.
Online photography communities can be instrumental in helping people who are interested, grow as a photographer and an artist.