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  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring John Keatley!

    Jan 20th, 2010  |  30 Comments

    My story has very little to do with me, and much more to do with those with whom I have crossed paths. My life would be very different if it were not for the kindness of others. Through reflecting on events in my life, I realized I need to write down my story, as aContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger Is…

    Jan 19th, 2010  |  3 Comments

    Seattle-based photographer, John Keatley. A while back, I (Brad) put out a tweet asking who people’s favorite photographers were. Among the responses I got was Mr. Keatley. I took a look at his site and immediately contacted him about doing a guest post. For those who know me, you know that I have a fairlyContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Laura Heald!

    Jan 13th, 2010  |  55 Comments

    Photo by Bill Frakes I grew up in a family of storytellers. My grandfather, Bub, could tell a story better than Tom Brokaw.  In fact, he was Tom Brokaw’s first boss at WSB-TV in Atlanta. My mom was a popular news anchor in Jacksonville, Fl, for 25 years.  She taught me the importance local activismContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Bill Frakes!

    Jan 6th, 2010  |  32 Comments

    There is no off position on my visual switch.  I am constantly watching, thinking, calculating, enjoying. For me this is a marathon, not a sprint.  I want the images I make to have meaning now, and later.  I am as engaged and passionate about the work now as I was that first magical time IContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger Is…

    Jan 5th, 2010  |  8 Comments

    Legendary sports photographer and photojournalist Bill Frakes. I (Brad) have been a fan of Bill’s work since before I knew his name.  His images and stories have always left an impression on me as a growing photographer.  He’s a staff photographer for Sports Illustrated, and has photographed everyone from President Obama to Michael Jordan toContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Trey Ratcliff!

    Dec 16th, 2009  |  121 Comments

    Being an artist sucks. Being an artist is awesome. Trey’s new book “A World in HDR” has just been released. Besides a practical tutorial on HDR, there is ample discussion on new ways to look at art and the internet. This experiment started a number of years ago when he first got started sharing hisContinue…

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