I’m an average Joe who’s passionate about photography, especially of cars, and want to share what I’ve learned over the years with others through this and my blog, “Saving the World, One Pixel at a Time. If you follow me on Twitter and you’ll also find some photo tips.
Over the past 25 year I’ve published 34 books and more than 2200 magazine stories. I’m a Contributing Photographer/Writer for Shutterbug magazine, who publishes my monthly Geared Up column and am Editor Emeritus of eDigitalPhoto magazines. I’ve written an eBook on photographing cars that has now gone out of print but you can purchase a copy of my self-published “How I Photograph Cars” via Blurb.
I was awarded the Photographic Craftsman’s degree from the Professional Photographers of America and the Independent Photographers of Colorado presented me with an Honorary Membership for “dedication and services to the photographic community”
I’ve conducted seminars and presentations to professional photographers at national and state PPA conventions in Nebraska, New Jersey, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming. I have conducted photography workshops for Shutterbug and Popular Photography magazines in California, Florida, and New Mexico as well as at FOTOfusion, the Palm Beach Photographic Center, and the New England Council of Camera Clubs’ annual event in Amherst, MA. You can find information about my local Colorado workshops here.
Things you might not know about me: I still have some film cameras that I occasionally shoot and can’t bear to part with, including a Leica M6 TTL, Zeiss Ikon SW, Hasselblad XPan and a gold-trimmed 50’th anniversary Seagull TLR.
I’m also an avid collector of Lionel and K-Line model trains, old and unique cameras, 3D photography and movies, as well as anything related to Snoopy and the Peanuts gang.