The Photographer’s Breakthrough is a a new workshop and online critique company centered around fostering personal artistic growth. This is an exciting opportunity to learn from some of my favorite photography instructors: Tony Rizzuto and Elizabeth Stone.
Meet Austin Rouse the newest member of the LightroomLab family. Austin was born yesterday and weighing in at 5lbs and 2 ounces. Congratulations to Scott and Jess!
If you are seeking something interesting to read then may I recommend Butterflies and Anvils: A Photographic Journal about Inspiration and Art. To be clear, this is not a “how-to” magazine. This is not a publication about what’s popular in photography but rather a place where you can find articles, artist portfolios, interviews, and detailed musings on the deeper reasons why we photograph.
Dear Friends, We wish you the very best this holiday season. I put together this time-lapse video yesterday for my friends and family instead of the usual static Christmas Card. I thought that I would share it with you too. This video was built using my DSLR camera, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop CS5 and [...]
I lent my infrared camera to my good friends Jeff and Adele Scholl earlier this week. Jeff and Adele run a low-angle aerial photography company which uses remote controlled helicopters. Here’s a sampling of what they did with their helicopters and my infrared camera!
Please check out this new gallery of landscape and whitewater rafting photographs from my adventures in Grand Canyon National Park.
Congratulations are due to Scott Rouse and his lovely wife Jessica Parkes. After a minor swine flu setback, they were successfully wed yesterday in Missoula, Montana. You can check out a brief time-lapse video of their nuptials here.
I just put this video slideshow of my ski photography up on the web. You can watch it here in HD, or you can download the full-size mp4 from Vimeo.com. If you like it, please feel free to share it with your friends. Hope you enjoy it!
Hilarious Saturday Night Live skit featuring Sir Mix-A-Lot running a photo retouching service.
Donnie Hoyle sounds off on his return home.
Donnie Hoyle maps his current predicament and merges toward a solution.
Donnie Hoyle finds himself in a hairy situation with an old friend.
Donnie Hoyle’s sex-dampening technique finds him reflecting on the patterns of his life.
Donnie Hoyle has no time to show you Photoshop’s video editing features.