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How I (really) use my camera

Over the past week, a number of different ideas, sources, and comments have been rattling around my brain before finally coalescing into a single, hopefully coherent thought. This…

Pecha Kucha Night Scranton

Pecha Kucha Night Scranton was a HUGE success and a heck of a lot of fun!  My presentation, complete with narrative, is posted on my professional site –…

Introducing Paul Sevensky

I’m thrilled to introduce The Roving Photographer’s first-ever staff writer: Paul Sevensky. Paul is a familiar face around here already – or at least a familiar reference, being…

Some Mixed Thoughts

Time for one of “those” posts again, where I share a random mix of photos and ideas that have caught my attention over the past few weeks. As…

Pecha Kucha Night Scranton

Some shameless self-promotion – I’ll be presenting at Pecha Kucha Scranton on Saturday, January 28th. If you haven’t heard of Pecha Kucha before (and I certainly hadn’t), it’s…

Kennedy Creek at Lackawanna State Park on the afternoon of 24 December 2011.

Black & White Nature

Christmas Eve is a time for family – but by strict definition, evening doesn’t actually start until sundown, which leaves the entire day free.  I snuck out for…

A clear morning shortly after sunrise at the West Rutland Marsh, with fog still lingering in the valley. 02 July 2011

Best of 2011

Another year has passed, another trip around the sun, and another few thousand photos taken.  It’d be cliche to make any grand, sweeping statements about the year; there…

Trial shot of Lauren during her 2nd senior session, 06 November 2011.

Inspiration File

I am an inveterate net surfer when it comes to photography. Blogs, news feeds, forums, Flickr, magazines – they’re all fair game, so long as the photos are…

Mixed Thoughts Thursday

I’ve been editing since my hip-hop shoot ended Saturday afternoon and I’m still not finished, nor have I had the chance to pick up the camera since.  Some…

Kelby’s LRS Tour Rocks

So after spending five solid hours in Manhattan’s Javits Center with 950 other photographers, I can tell you that Scott Kelby’s “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it Tour”…

Playing Hookey in NYC

Spending the day in New York City, baby – the city that wrecks my nerves before I even get there.  But this is going to be a good…

Goals for 2011

Okay, so goals probably should have been posted in January along with the rest of the resolution fads, but in the dead of winter it’s hard to be…