Here is the first of a new series of blog posts to show an example of a photograph and explain the techniques used in making it. I hope to provide some insights into the choices I made for how the photograph was exposed, the lighting used and anything else that went into making a specific image.Read More
So I received an email one morning via the contact me page on my website and at first glance it looks like spam. Before I hit the delete key I read it and see that an editor from a Chinese website called POCO.CN is contacting me to ask about doing and interview and a profile. Hmmm...still seems like spam, but I figure cannot hurt to reply and see who might be on the other end of the email.
Well it turns out the email was not spam. It was the real deal, and I was asked if I would be interested in doing an interview and supplying a collection of my underwater images for publication on a Chinese photography website. Sure. Why not?
So it took a bit of back-and-forth for the questions and my replies and the revisions and the edits...not to mention I had two photo workshops that I was running in Socorro, Mexico, then another in Anilao, Philippines...but once it was all said and done, the profile went live. Have a look for yourself...I hope you like it.
I had a great time working with the team at POCO.CN, and cannot thank them enough for posting the profile and my images.
Nineteen hours of travel behind me, I arrived at Crystal Blue Resort in Anilao, Philippines just 10 minutes before a small earthquake, the first of many that would rattle the area over the next two weeks. Hearing, and feeling, them underwater was quite the experience. What a way to kick things off.Read More
A review of my recent photo workshop to the beautiful Socorro Islands in the eastern Pacific waters off the coast of Mexico.Read More
How to: Histograms for Underwater Photographs
Looking for some time saving shortcuts? How about a way to make fine adjustments easily?
Here is a new article of mine published on the Underwater Photography Guide where I share a few techniques that I use to make adjustments to the tone curve and exposure of my images when using Adobe's Lightroom...by using the Histogram.
Several new articles and product reviews are in the pipeline. Hope you enjoy!