The Art of Seeing is taking 1-2 adventurous souls on a very special scouting mission to Ladakh, India. Learn more about this photography trip today.
Join us for an immersive, photo-centric exploration of a culture carved by deep rivers of spirituality and history.
There's more to photography than f-stops and photoshop. Creativity is a muscle, I can teach anyone the Photographer's Eye. Read my blog to learn more.
We all instantly recognize good pictures when we see them. Then why is it so hard to capture one with our cameras? Come find out...
I'm happy to announce the launch of the new The Art of Seeing website, home of my blog, contests, events and workshops. Check out the site site today!
Are you looking for an intensive, immersive photography focused adventure? Does the idea of improving your image making abilities in a far off location free from everyday distractions appeal to you? If these things sound like your idea of a good time, then The Art of Seeing: India 2017 Photography Workshop & Tour just might be your ticket. Join me and a small group of photographers March 3-19, 2017 as we capture the colors of the Holi Festival, experience the magnificence of the Taj Mahal and photograph the stars on an overnight desert camel safari. From the chaotic crowds of Delhi to the exhilarating atmosphere of Varanasi heavy with history and spirituality, the opportunities to make memorable photographs
I'm holding another Name This Image Contest. Win a signed print and have your entry immortalized as this photograph's official title! Enter today
Photography Adventures is the latest photography MeetUp Group in LA. Join us for photowalks, gallery tours, group photoshoots, guest speakers & more!
Join me for a unique adventure in the Adobe Valley area of the Inyo National Forest for opportunities to photograph the wild mustangs. Learn more here
I'm doing something a little different this month to wrap up the year. This image may be less 'serious' (whatever that means) than some of my other work but you can't deny that it's in keeping with the season! I hope it brings a little smile your face.
Jim Kerr of Steamboat Springs, CO is the winner of November's Name This Image contest. I think Jim's entry, "Water Colors", is the perfect title for this photograph. Simple, elegant, artful...I love it! Congratualtions, Jim - you win a signed limited edition print of Water Colors.
O.K. it's time for another Image Naming Contest. Help me come up with the perfect title for this image and if your entry is chosen, you a win signed limited edition print of this photograph. Contest details and entry form are on my Facebook Page.
Ch-ch-ch-changes. David Bowie's classic tune feels like the theme song to my life lately. No more gallery (for now). Lot's more photo workshops and traveling. And writing. Something I've been meaning to do more of for a long time.
A thousand years ago the god-kings of the ancient Khmer empire organized stupendous feats of architectural engineering. Enormous reservoirs measured in miles and equally impressive monuments in stone honoring themselves and the mythical deities they worshipped.
2010 Aug 28 - 29 - The Art of Seeing Weekend Workshop- How can I improve my photography is a question I often hear. The short answer is practice, practice, practice. But practice what exactly and how? What is "The Art of Seeing"?
Okay, we're doing it again. Come up with the winning name for this untitled new release and win a matted 12X18 print of this image. You can see the winning entries for previous contests in the posts below.
Two of my images, "Winter Fenceline" and "Humphrey's Basin at Dusk" were chosen to be included in theBest of Nature exhibition at the San Diego Natural History Museum. A total of 72 images were selected from over 2300 entries for this exhibit.
Our last contest was so successful, we are doing it again. Simply come up with a title for this new release and if your entry is selected you will win a matted limited edition print of this image.
Congratulations to Jim Lawler of Worthington, OH for submitting the winning entry in our first Image Naming Contest. Jim's title, "Forever Together", really made me see this image in a new light. - Ken