Yeah, he blogs, but grumpily. As a wise person once said, the only redemption for the inevitable suffering that comes with living is to make art about it. The worst experiences make the best stories, but I also write to remind myself not to miss those tiny, beautiful things that make up every day. It's nice to shoot for the stars, but it's a journey full of unexpected marvels, not a destination. I try to write about those.
A primer on the foundations of photography, covering composition, exposure, lighting, history, theory, post-processing, and the visual language. Written by
Brian Dilg, Adiva Koenigsberg, Jackie Neal, Marc Prüst, and Ben Sloat. Edited by Brian Dilg.
(New top-secret photography book...)
Coming in 2016 from Hachette/Ilex
Sports Photography Tips. Photo.net, April 2013.
Developing A Personal Style: The Imagination of the Viewer. Outdoor Photographer, May 26, 2013
Developing A Personal Style: Delay. Outdoor Photographer, April 8, 2013.
Tips From a Pro: Build a Better Photography Portfolio. PopPhoto.com, March 25, 2013
Developing A Personal Style: Motifs, Outdoor Photographer, March 11, 2013
Digital Exposure In Depth: The Illusion of Digital, KEH Blog, December 19, 2012
Global vs. Local Contrast, Outdoor Photographer, December 17, 2012
Digital Night Photography, Outdoor Photographer, November 19, 2012
Three Steps to Step Up Your Digital Photo Game, An Evil Nymph’s Blog, November 18, 2012
Empathy for the Subject, Teen Photo, November 12, 2012
Creating A Personal Palette, Digital Photo/Outdoor Photographer, October 15, 2012
Get To Know the Business, Tiffinbox, September 24, 2012 (interview)
Making Images That Endure, Outdoor Photographer, September 17, 2012
Small Lights, Big Looks, B&H Photo/Video Blog, September 12, 2012
Rethinking Lenses, B&H Photo/Video Blog, August 1, 2012
Learning To See Past the Camera, NYFA Blog, January, 2012
Giovanni Spinelli, The San Francisco Silent Film Festival blog, July 5, 2011