Welcome to my photoblog. I try to keep it updated daily with a new photo from either my personal or professional life. It is not intended to be taken as my professional portfolio (please visit the main website for that), but instead it is more of an informal and fun way for me to share some of my personality and creativity with you. Many of the photos on my blog are available for purchase as fine art prints, please visit the main website and/or contact me if you are interested. Enjoy!

Monday, July 7, 2008


First of all, I just wanted to say Thanks! for the comments that have been posted on here. It's great to see that many of you are following my little photographic journey. Comments, questions, suggestions, even criticisms are always welcome! It really does help me to hear what others think and feel about my shots. Coincidentally, Digital Photography School had a post today about how to comment on people's photos in flicker and/or blogs. You can read the post here, it is full of useful tips on how to submit comments. I totally agree with this post. Comments and suggestions are what photoblogs are all about. It's how you can convey your interest or make suggestions so that the photographer can learn and better his or her photography. When I make comments on a photograph I usually tend to explain what draws me to the photo, or what I think I might have changed or tried in the shot. This is usually much more helpful than just saying "Great Shot!" however, those comments are always appreciated as well.
So go ahead and comment on any of my posts. It can help me tremendously to understand how other people see my shots, and what they think about them. Just click on the Comments tag bellow the post. You do not need to register with Google or Blogger to comment if you don't want to. You can select the Name/Url tab to leave your name and an optional website, or you can even be Anonymous.

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