May 2009

Original Raw file of Leopard Shot

Original Raw file of Leopard Shot

Leopard After Sunset

Making Something out of Nothing

One of the great things about modern cameras is how they can help you make something out of nothing...

Texas Hill Country Bird Photo Safari & Workshop, May, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 15:00 to Sunday, May 7, 2017 - 11:00

We're happy to announce that we're returning to the Texas Hill Country in 2017
Sorry, SOLD OUT -- Waitlist only (safaris [at]

We do still have openings in our "flagship" the week before.

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Vermillion Flycatcher

A pair of resident Vermillion Flycatchers are one of the unique features of one of the ranches we'll be using during our Hill Country Bird Photo Safari

Painted Bunting

Venice Canvas

A Canvas made from a photo I took in Venice. Now that I see how well it turned out I wish I'd ordered a larger version for the space I have.

Art from your Photos -- Hassle Free

You've probably noticed that your photos look better without glass on them. But of course formal framing practically requires glass for photos. This comes from a long tradition of needing to protect original photographs from handling and from UV radiation. With digital though, we can decide that's okay and that we'll take our chances and reprint the image in 10, 20 or 50 years when the archival inks finally start to fade. But it took me awhile to figure out a way to take advantage of that while still having my photos look good...