A short photo essay to share a light hearted look at some of the fun treasures I’ve come across as I’ve been out hiking over the last month here in Northern Minnesota.
Just because a photograph is good, is it meaningful? I looked to bourbon for the answer and surprisingly may have given myself a bit of clarity! Read on to find out more.
What is success in photography? Jump online and you’ll find countless articles detailing strategies to effectively use social media, out hustle the competition, and build your online following. We’re told how to be successful, not what that actually means and if it’s worth it.
That’s right, I’m back with another look at one of my most used lenses! This time it’s my second most used lens in my kit, the Fujifilm XF56mm f/1.2 R. Unlike werewolves, vampires, and glitter, I have no fear of Fuji’s Bokeh Monster!
Winter. It’s cold, miserable, and depressing. The days are so short it feels like you blink and you miss them. Isn’t that the usual narrative? I’m not going to lie, winter is tough. But also so beautiful. There are these moments where the light is simply special. Light you never see the rest of the year, but while it’s there it’s amazing.
As the largest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Superior offers a multitude of photographic opportunities. It just so happens to be within easy driving distance from my home. Let’s go explore, shall we?!