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The Roving Photographer

Welcome to The Roving Photographer! (If you’re confused, don’t worry: keep calm and carry on.) Just a few days ago, this was my blog at brentpennington.com.  And it…

Looking ahead to the new year

Perhaps I’m a bit behind the curve when it comes to “looking ahead” posts, but I’ve been taking some time to carefully consider where I am with my…

Best of 2010

Now that 2010 is over, it’s time for that annual looking-back, the year-in-review, just to remember the good moments and see how far we’ve come.  For me, 2010…

Wildlife Photography – Getting Back to Basics

My first exposure to wildlife photography came while I was still in college, in the form of a two-part workshop offered through the university’s Outdoor Pursuits office, and…

The Art of Portraiture

When I started in photography years ago, I gravitated towards landscape/nature work. This wasn’t surprising, given my affection for nature – growing up in Vermont, I spent much…

Published – Pennsylvania Pursuits

A couple of weeks back I got my copy of the summer 2010 edition of Pennsylvania Pursuits magazine, in which my photos illustrate one of the main stories…

Gregory Heisler videos by Profoto

Just saw these in my Strobist feed this morning, and they totally rock!  I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I’d never heard of Gregory Heisler before that…

Pro Lens Wishlist

I got an email the other day from Mike, my friend and fellow photographer, in response to my Five Year Plan post and my ambition to make shooting…

Five Year Plan

Until this point in my life, a five year plan was something I’d never given thought to.  It was hard enough knowing what I’d be doing in five…

Going Social

Although the snow has finally ended and the roads are clear again, today ended up being another stay-inside day, albeit one with enough activity to negate yesterday’s cabin…

Strobist Workshop: a HUGE success

Saturday was the culmination of a long process: the first Northeastern DPC Strobists workshop.  This was an event that I’d had in mind for several years, finally brought…

A Photo a Day

The real trouble with photography is doing it often enough.  When it’s a hobby or a side profession, it is all too easy for the day job to…