sunrise time-lapse at watson lake with platypod

PlatyPod tripod is a utility tool I’ve started using more often. I bought mine about a year and a half ago and set it aside for a bit, as it was not front of mind. I started using it again … Continue reading

restart posting with an article on fireworks

My writing for the Successful-Photographer blog has been lagging a bit. I’ve been writing for many different publications including Photofocus.com and photography magazines. I’m sort of reminded of the story about the cobblers children having no shoes. Or, on an … Continue reading

lumix pro services

Lumix Professional Services Panasonic is working toward serving the professional photography market in an exceptional way. As you probably know they have come out with two full frame mirrorless cameras (shipping in April) adding to their micro 4/3rds line. If you … Continue reading

good photos from the zoo – part two

Creating Good Animal Photos from a Captive Environment – Part Two Last zoo post I was sharing some ideas on learning wildlife photography skills while photographing captive animals. See Part One here I followed this Great White Egret until the … Continue reading

bombay hook national wildlife refuge

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge – Smyrna, Delaware I’ve been a bit remiss in posting. Travel for speaking. Travel for family visit. And catching up upon return fronfrom the travel makes Bob a bad boy. But, I’m back and with … Continue reading

coffee shoot java presse

Java Presse – Coffee Shoot The Genesis of a Commercial Shoot Not quite ‘nectar of the gods’ but I’ve found some serious joy in my morning coffee. It was a gradual process to see the pleasure I now have in … Continue reading