If you’ve never been to PhotoWhoa.com, you need to check out their site. It’s a photography blog/store with lots of great stories along with lots of great deals on photography stuff. Well, a while back, they asked if I could do an interview and sent over some really thoughtful questions about landscape photography. Questions that really made me think about my photography, like:
How did you get your start in photography? How would you describe your work?
When did you become confident of your abilities? Were you ever unsure of your skills?
Anyway, here’s the link to the full interview if you want to check it out. It’s probably a 5-10 minute read if you have some time this weekend.
Also, while I have you here, I just wanted to let you know that I’ll be roaming around WPPI early next week. I’m teaching a Masterclass on Tuesday from 11:30-1:30 called Photoshop Compositing Secrets. After that, I’m jumping on a plane to head to LA for my Lightroom seminar on Wednesday. So if you’re at WPPI, I hope you can come by to check out my class (here’s the link: just search on my name or on Tuesday, March 4th to get to it). And if you’re in LA, there’s still time to grab a ticket to see my Lightroom seminar.
Have a good one!