Cookie Universe

I’ve always enjoyed shooting food in the studio and was excited when Moo Ventures hired me to shoot an image to promote their line of cookies. The art director gave me one sentence and told me to run with. “best cookies in the universe. So, after selecting an image my tax dollars paid for of […]

Photoshoppers, photographers, philosophy & psychology

Photoshoppers, photographers, philosophy & psychology On the 11th of February 2012 “The daily Petapixel” quoted from an article by Ben Long on CreativePro where he states that “all photos are manipulated” (see complete petapixel article below). “Photography author Ben Long has a thought-provoking article over at CreativePro in which he argues that “all photos are […]


Shooting Wildflowers Soon wildflower season will be here and thanks to the wet fall the wildflowers in Central Texas are expected to really really nice! I’m looking forward to getting out and trying some new techniques that have been rolling around in my noodle. The one thing about wildflowers is everybody loves to shoot them…the […]


Real Pro Shooters For years and in college I was taught the definition of a “pro photographer” was when one starts to get paid for shooting photos. Perhaps in some ways this could be considered true. However, when a photographer claims to be a “Pro”, that photographer is communicating that he can be trusted to […]

Photographer on assignment Chris Christidis

Portraiture Chris Christidis is a professional photographer since 1996 originally from Athens, Greece. He has worked with performers, designers, architects, heavy industry, contractors, importers and print media. After closing down his own studio in Athens for a new leap in working environment, his passion for portraits leads him in the field of casting portraiture and […]

Fashion photographer Per Zennstrom

Change is good ! Per Zennström is a international, contemporary fashion photographer, blogger, on-line publisher and teacher, public speaker passionate about photography, fashion, pop-culture, new media and the space where all these things come together, mix, match and mate with business… So it reads in the header on my pop-cultural blog 10horses and while I […]

Marc Pauzé, Storyteller of humanity

Suitcases full of stories Finding herself pregnant at 17 after many rapes from a man in her community, Rosalyn Mathias, an Algonquin from Long Point First Nation, Canada, was so afraid of talking to her parents. A few weeks later, she moved away from the family camp, got a miscarriage, alone in the forest… Wiping […]


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Study of Julie dancing


Walk alone

Owl hunting

Amy and Buddy Building a snowman

Waterlilies and cherry trees

Row boats


Educating astronomy

Partners in crime

Mushrooms and river

Study of Joke


Dave Welling

Wildlife and nature photographer Hello. My name is Dave Welling Since childhood, I have been fascinated by wildlife and the natural world and began using a camera to capture those unique moments when wild animals do something spectacular or the light on a landscape takes your breath away. With that background I became a professional […]

Adding sound with still images..

I’ve always been drawn to the storytelling side of still imagery. Two months ago I began a new and added direction for my still photography. The addition of sound. For some time I’ve been pondering the changing media landscape for photographers, many are adding video to their offerings. I think video has a proper place […]

Interactions between People, Animals and Cultures

A career of astonishing simplicity Ron Levy’s editorial and commercial images have been published worldwide for 30 years, 3 days and 4 hours. They’ve also been exhibited in museums and galleries on 4 continents, 3 planets and 1 asteroid. He is an expert location photographer who shoots for major magazines and Fortune 500 clients, and […]