The Veiled Woman

Among the Michelangelos, the veiled woman looked into me, and asked me what I saw.

Instagram: A Forgotten Friend

One of the first apps I got after getting my iPhone was Instagram. I thought filters were fun, I thought it was a brilliant way to connect photographers, all was good. But if you look at my profile, I have a pretty minor 125 photos in the two years that I’ve been on the platform.Continue reading “Instagram: A Forgotten Friend”

The Weekly Wrap

Since it’s getting closer to the holidays, and your life is getting busy, I figured I would start wrapping our weeks up in one post for your convenience. Though I’d encourage you to visit every time a story goes out, this should at least help condense it for you in a crunch. Of all theContinue reading “The Weekly Wrap”

Journalists Reportedly Banned From Smartphone Photography At Olympics In Russia

Considering our use of Instagram and Tumblr for the 2012 Political Conventions, maybe it’s a good thing we didn’t get the Olympic credentials we applied for. With the ability to spread such incredible photos, like those referenced in the article, I’m curious as to why Russian officials wouldn’t want to capitalize on the free pressContinue reading “Journalists Reportedly Banned From Smartphone Photography At Olympics In Russia”

Wedding Photography: Don’t Be Cheap

In the list of expenses that come with a wedding, it’s easy to lose yourself with venues, menus, and more, but one of the items that needs to be at the top of that list is photography. The images that are captured that day should emulate the love that everyone attending has for you, andContinue reading “Wedding Photography: Don’t Be Cheap”