To join the cause or stay the course?

On November 29, 1934, Ansel Adams wrote one of many letters corresponding with his friend and colleague, Edward Weston.  Both men were stung by the criticism of their work by industry icons such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, who famously bellowed, "The whole world is going to pieces, and Adams and Weston are photographing rocks!"  The implication, … Continue reading To join the cause or stay the course?

Recharging Creative Batteries With A Moment Away

I've had some interesting travel experiences this year.  Miami, Mexico, Chicago, New York/New Jersey, and, most recently San Francisco.  On many of those trips I barely made any photographs at all, choosing instead to just enjoy the time with my loved ones and make fun memories.  As a result, in almost every case I returned … Continue reading Recharging Creative Batteries With A Moment Away

Moore’s Law will change your photography.  Or maybe not.

Technologists often refer to a scientific observation famously known as Moore's Law, which originally referred to the rate of increase in the number of transistors in an integrated circuit.  Specifically, the observation was that the number of transistors doubles every two years.  Over time, this observation has been extrapolated to include many other technical components, … Continue reading Moore’s Law will change your photography.  Or maybe not.