I think I’ve written before about how Fall is my favorite time of year, and the highlight of the season for me is Halloween! So, I took a little time and created this new series of super eerie backgrounds for licensing in 2017.Continue Reading →
The other day, I discussed how to use Resolve to prep footage for Stocksy. If you are a person just dealing with HD 30fps clips, you can skip over today’s post. However, if you’re working with the Canon 5dMk4, read on, because there are some tricks involved.Continue Reading →
If you’re a Stocksy contributor and a newbie to video (and using Windows), this might help you prep your content for submission.Continue Reading →
It’s summertime, and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy the warm temperatures before we get back into snow and ice. I’ve got two new photo series to show today, “Skateboarders” and “Run at the Park”.
Typically, you can’t trust St. Louis weather in the summertime. Suddenly, storms can pop up out of […]Continue Reading →
It’s been more than three years since Stocksy United opened its doors for business and in that time, the company has found great success, but something happened recently that shows how differently the company treats that success.
In 2013, Stocksy was unveiled to the world as a new kind of stock agency. A co-operative, based […]Continue Reading →
I have a bunch of photo shoot ideas in the back of my head, and sometimes, eventually, they come to fruition. I’d been wanting to do this one for a while, and I just had to find the right place. It’s “Kids Having Fun At Ceramic Painting Store”.Continue Reading →
Today’s portfolio update is sort of a revisit to some previous “politician” images I’ve done in the past, but I did them with an eye on current events, to make them really useful for editorial usage. They’re “tremendous”!Continue Reading →