Online communities such as Flickr can be a great place for encouraging and fostering personal and career growth for photographers.
This week I sat down with the amazing international wedding photographer, Hiram Trillo, and asked him several questions about impactful photography. He is very well known in the wedding photography world as a photographer who takes photos that are emotionally impactful and moving. A photo he took of a bride and groom in Spain won […]
Tableau photography constructs familiar narratives that refer to paintings, cinema, literature, and people from the past.
These Pulitzer-Winning photos depict the trauma and suffering caused by the Syrian war, which helps raise public awareness of the situation.
DFW Photo Expo 2013 was engaging, educational, and inspiring with several great speakers that taught me a lot about photography.
Dallas Professional Photographers Association keynote speaker for June 13, 2013, was the award-winning wedding photographer Hiram Trillo.
Henri Cartier-Bresson brief overview of his life and his incredible photography and some of his perspectives on photography.
Cindy Sherman, A Retrospective At The Dallas Museum of Art was incredible photography exhibit that surveyed her greatest works.
The Photography Techniques used by Chris Carlson in his photo of the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it moves through a Los Angeles neighborhood.
This masterpiece mosaic collaborative art based on my photo of the Dallas skyline was made by the kids at Lakewood Elementary for an auction.
Creative Commons licenses help you become king of your content instead of allowing your content to be the king over your creativity.
Rhein II, a digitally altered photograph by Andreas Gursky was just sold for $4.3 Million, making it the most expensive photograph ever sold.
I like the night, there’s something beautifully mysterious about it to me; it’s blackness, stillness, coldness, and quietness.
Throughout my life I’ve heard people tell me that I’m like a little kid in so many ways, and I still hear that today. I believe it’s because of the way I look at things and life.
Splashing in puddles was something I really enjoyed doing as a child, I truly believe that was an early indicator of my love for adventure.
Neglect of our talents and passions is the end result when we start comparing ourselves to others and forget to focus on our own path.
A unique perspective is an important part of being a successful photographer and artist that helps separate you from other artists.