I normally write this blog aimed at sharing technique and industry news. But on workshops I get asked where my work gets published, and what assignments I shoot. Each month I shoot assignments, write articles and shoot stock (yes, we still license stock images). I love to write technique and destination articles for photography magazines, and most months you can find one of these articles in print on the newsstand.
I do a lot of stories for Lightroom magazine, a digital publication that KelbyOne produces. The recent issue just came out, and my image of a cardinal is on the cover (at top). For this story I wrote about photographing from blinds and where my favorite bird blinds are located. The cardinal was photographed at Laguna Seca Ranch in Texas, one of the locations we visit on our Texas bird photography workshop. Our 2020 dates are sold out, but we just posted our dates for 2021.
Today I received my issue of Digital Photo magazine, and in this issue I wrote a story on creating dynamic portraits on the road (image above cropped to fit blog format). I love shooting portraits while traveling, and being able to work fast is key. This story shares tips on taking portraits on the road. The double page opener is a friendly couple in Bhutan; the people of Bhutan were some of the friendliest people I have ever encountered.
The last page in Digital Photo magazine is an ad by Sandisk using one of my rock climbing images. I have worked with Sandisk for many years as a Sandisk Extreme Team member; their flash cards are the best! I was a climbing guide for many years, and rock climbing is still my favorite sport.
There you have it, some of my work in print. As many of you know, the other side of our business is teaching photography workshops. Cree and I absolutely love being in the field teaching photography, whether it is a weekend trip to a national park or an exotic adventure to Easter Island. Hope to see you on one of our trips!