My blog

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.

It is for busy photographers concerned with both the results they achieve and their efficiency in achieving them.

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.

  • Angry clouds of evening thunderstormshang menacingly above Fajada Butte In Chaco Culture National Historical Park in Chaco Wash, New Mexico. Chaco Canyon Panoramas at Field Museum - Two of William Horton’s Chaco Canyon panoramas help support the Field Museum’s newest exhibition: Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories.
  • The tentacle-like roots of an ancient pine cling to the rim of Bryce Canyon, casting a long shadow in the morning light. Taken in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. 2022 — Framed: Trees and Water Exhibition - One of Bill’s photographs is part of the 2022 exhibition at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. This exhibition is called Framed: Trees and Water. And, the selected photo is “A Slow Climb.” This print will be part of the gallery exhibition. In addition, there is an online annex where additional artists are featured.
  • Trees cast a shadow on the icy surface of Coot Lake in Boulder, Colorado. Art Ascent Journal: COLD - Three of Bill’s photographs appear in the April 2022 issue of ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal. ArtAscent is a theme-based, juried, bi-monthly, international art magazine. It showcases emerging and indie artists and writers from around the world.
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