On this site, you will find my photography blog, which is unashamedly ego-centric. It is for people like me: passionate amateurs and beginning professionals who know the basics and want to apply them fully. Go directly to my blog.
I promise to keep it practical. I’ll offer tips, techniques, and tutorials. I will include theory only when I have proven to myself that it translated directly into better photographs.
I also promise that no more then 10% of this blog will be about Photoshop and other computer tools.
I will strive to make my advice concise, credible, and clear.
I’m still learning photography and expect to do so for the rest of my life. I’ll share what I have learned and tested.
- The Painted Hills Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds - North-central Oregon is home to a geologic gem called John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. It is made up of three units: the Painted Hills, Clarno, and Sheep Rock. In this post, we are going to feature the Painted Hills Unit. Read on to learn more about this amazing location and see some photographs from more »
- Bill Wins Several Awards at the 2017 RMOWP Conference - We are so pleased to announce that Bill won three Firsts, two Seconds, and three Thirds in the annual photography contest at the 2017 Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers conference in Sierra Vista, Arizona. In addition, he also got seven honorable mentions. Yay!
- Serenity Wins Best of Show - We are so pleased to announce that one of Bill’s photos was awarded Best of Show at the 2016 Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers conference in Bryce National Park on June 5, 2016. The competition was fierce and we are honored and proud that Serenity was chosen for the top honor.