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fathers and sons

Fathers and sons

Reflections on being a father, a son, and a brother. And some stuff about my favorite ninja turtles growing up.

Exhibit opening in Downtown Bryan

I am very excited to announce my exhibit, PLACES WE’VE BEEN, showing Friday, April 1st through Thursday, June 30th 2016 at BinarySpace in Downtown Bryan.

The end of a West Texas era

Lubbock was always meant to be temporary, a stop in the road on the way to the rest of our lives. A means to an eventual end. We…
May she be given life

May she be given life

Our lives are filled with countless stories–stories we tell, stories we hear, stories we make as we live our lives day-by-day. I look at my daughter, now almost…
I am a crated artist

I am a Crated artist

Recently, I discovered a new website called Crated.com that was looking for talent in their initial start-up phase. I figured, why not, and submitted my portfolio for review….
Experimenting with double exposure portraits.

Photography as art

Lately, I’ve been pondering my photography and what I want out of photography as art. This is prompted mostly by the ever-expanding Lightroom catalog (it’s just eating away…
When you and I were young

When you and I were young

First of all, happy early birthday, Red. Sorry I can’t be there (*sad face*). That being said, I’ve got a special present for you! It started a few…
Glassy Alley Exhibition

Art Exhibition at Glassy Alley

Come check out some of my photos at the Glassy Alley Art Studio & Gallery on March 1st. I’ll be showing some canvas and metal prints with a…
First Friday at the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra

Photo exhibit at the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra

If you’re going to be in the area tomorrow evening for the First Friday Art Trail, stop by the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra for the Lubbock Camera Club’s Love…
Macro sundial

It is a small world after all

Macro photography has been an area of photography that I’ve always wanted to explore, but never really had the equipment (or patience) for. Luckily, things change. I happened…
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DIY Makeshift Continuous Light Beauty Dish

This past Sunday it was DIY time again! Max McDonald from mondayshift dropped by and we made a Lowes Depot run (for those times when hitting one store…
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9th Annual Garden & Arts Center Photography Exhibit

I’m super stoked that one of my photos won first place at the 9th Annual Garden & Arts Center Photography Exhibit in the Landscapes category. All of the…

Clapp Park Photo Walk

Clapp Park was the destination of my first photo walk with the Lubbock Camera Club. Being relatively new to the camera club, it was nice to see some…

Brand spankin’ new website design

I swear it’s taken me at least a thousand hours over the last three days, but the new website is up and running in all its virtual glory….

Lubbock Camera Club

Just joined the meetup for the Lubbock Camera Club! I’ve got a lot of trips lined up this year, and I already know I’ll miss the first few…

New Photography Section: HDR!

I’ve added a new section to the photography dropdown, high dynamic range (HDR) photography! I’m really excited about this section because I’ve been waiting for a while now…

Review: Battery Grip for Nikon D3100

UPDATED! See here. For those who don’t know, Nikon doesn’t make battery grips for its lower-end DSLRs. The advantage to this? The pricetag is a lot lower on…

Fuji’s Super CCD can produce 12-megapixel images when shooting in RAW format with the S2

Okay, so this test comparison might have been even more flawed than I thought. I just discovered something interesting about the S2. Apparently, because of its “Super CCD”…

Camera Comparison Test

Lately, I’ve been messing around with a new camera I was given (thanks Susie!) that has some interesting features, despite being a few years older than my other…

Lens Review: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8

Here’s a portion of my review of Tokina’s 11-16 mm f 2.8 AT-X 116 Pro DX Autofocus lens for Nikon DX-Format DSLRs that was recently posted on B&H…