Let’s (Not) Talk Gear

The question on the table is: What gear do you need? Really need? Anyone familiar with PhotoYoga knows that this site is not much interested in the gear - this could almost be the “anti-gear” photography website. I’m not saying there isn’t a time to talk toolbox, it can just take over the conversation. ...

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summertime

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summertime. This week, the theme is to: Photograph Summertime As summer draws to a close and autumn begins, let's take this last moment to enjoy our last bit of summertime....

Weekly Photo Challenge: Illusions

This week, the theme is to: Photograph Illusions It's a tricky challenge this week. You're going to have to think outside the box a bit!  Photographing illusions means photographing something that looks like something else or looks different than it really is. 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Transportation

This week, the theme is to: Photograph transportation Planes, trains & automobiles - not to mention boats, bikes, buses, skateboards, trollies, and even hot air balloons. We're surrounded by modes of transportation! Get your cameras ready.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

Photo Layers

This week, the theme is to: Photograph layers Photographing layers this week initially gets me thinking macro - getting in close and really looking at the individual layers that makeup the whole. 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Under a Bridge

Photo Eads Bridge Angle

This week, the theme is to: Photograph under a bridge. Bridges are meant to go over something, we often focus on the top part, but this challenge isn't just about taking photographs of bridges, it's specifically about being under a bridge - you know with the trolls. Not necessarily a place to find a beautiful or interesting photograph. 

Embrace the Wait: Using Travel Time to Improve your Photography

Embrace the Wait. This post is about ways to use the waiting time productively both as a traveler and a photographer. We often have this “let’s just get there” mentality and it blinds us to the photographic possibilities around us.