Photo Etudes: The e-Book

I returned to the idea of a Photographic Etude this week and compiled an e-book focusing attention on the photographic techniques of composition, focus, light, and motion. To get e-book, Subscribe to PhotoYoga Newsletter

Weekly Photo Challenge: Mundane

Kitchen in Havana home

We're photographing the mundane this week - something everyday - something ordinary.   This is all up for interpretation as what I think of as ordinary maybe extraordinary to others.

Characteristics of Zen Post-Processing

Characteristics of Zen Post-Some of my fellow photographers find post-processing a challenging and stressful experience. I decided to return to the 9 Characteristics of Zen Photography and see if they could apply...

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....

Photographic Etudes & Deliberate Practice

Musical scales and etudes are designed to build our technique and the work will pay off later. Etudes are the medicine of music. We practice them to make us better. Photography can have its etudes as well. Any exercise designed to enhance a particular photographic skill is a “photographic etude”. 

Interview with Bobbi Lane

Interview over at my webpage PhotoYoga with Bobbi Lane. Bobbi Lane is a Fujifilm X-Photographer specializing in portrait and commercial photography. She is currently based in southeast Massachusetts. I talked with Bobbi about how she keeps herself fresh and interested in photography after 45 years in the industry, about her personal projects, and how we… Continue reading Interview with Bobbi Lane

To Compete or Not to Compete: A Photographer’s Dilemma

Flow and the Art of Photography. Flow is the theory of enjoyment. I'll talk about what aspects of flow theory are probably at work when you're really enjoying the experience of photography.

Making the Invisible, Visible

Flow and the Art of Photography. Flow is the theory of enjoyment. I'll talk about what aspects of flow theory are probably at work when you're really enjoying the experience of photography.