Blogs & Articles
These are the links to my blogs and also to my favourite articles that I've written that appear on my blogs and other websites.
Follow my photographic adventures in Argentina & South America. Interviews with professional stock & travel photographers.
|Fine Art Photo Blog
Seven Fine Art Photographers. One new photo every day.
My article 7 Tips to Increase Art Sales on Imagekind and other Art-selling Websites appeared on Empty Easel as a guest post. It's based on my interviews with photographers Eyal Nahmias and Michael Longfellow and Imagekind's Marketing Director Ben Rogovy.
I wrote this article, based on my interview with Fotoviva's Jason Wickens, for the Photopreneur blog. A quick guide to creating a website to sell photos.
Man Vs Bull: The Fiesta de Casabindo (Apogee Photo)
Just Landed (English version)
Just Landed (Spanish version - translation with the assistence of Liliana Jerez)
My article about the Fiesta de Casabindo in Argentina appeared on the Apogee Photo Magazine website and Just Landed in both English and Spanish.
The Best Seven Dollars (Canadian) I Ever Spent
A review of 'Mastering Black and White Digital Photography' by Michael Freeman published on The Online Photgrapher.
Four Cool Photo Sharing Sites For Photographers
Four cool photo sharing sites (other than Flickr) for photographers.
Articles on Everywhere Magazine
Another version of my Casabindo article, this one has the most photos.
Articles On JPGMag
These photographer interviews appear on my Magical Places Fine Art Photography Blog. When I see a photographers' work that I like, usually online, I like to invite them to be interviewed for my site. It's interesting to learn about their ideas, approach, inspiration and experience.
I've started interviewing professional photographers to find out how they approach photography and run their businesses. Take a look at these interviews with Candian Stock & Commercial Photographer Dan Bannister, Australian landscape photographer Mark Gray and John Cleare; a mountaineer, writer, lecturer and film-maker as well as photographer. He has a fascinating story.
I asked a couple of Imagekind's best selling photographers how they achieved their success. Here are the interviews, with Eyal Nahmias and Michael Longfellow. I also interviewed Imagekind's Marketing Director Ben Rogovy.
Marco Vernaschi A great interview with Photojournalist Marco Vernaschi. He's had work published in magazines like Geo and National Geographic and speaks candidly about working as a photojournalist and his start in the business. He has excellent advice for any aspiring photojournalist. With links to his photos of the Salinas Grandes in northwest Argentina.
Jason Wickens from Fotoviva I interviewed Jason to ask him why he decided to set up his own website to sell photography prints. A fascinating interview and a must read for anyone who wants to sell photography on their own website. I also wrote an article about the interview for Digital Photo Journal.
Linda Plaisted I saw Linda Plaisted's work on Imagekind and really liked her photo montage techniques. Her work is haunting and evocative.
Nicole Mabry Nicole uses a very interesting cross processing technique with black and white film to produce beautiful work.
Where Surrealism Meets Postmodernity - An Interview with Branimir Zlamalik
Todd Adams - Travel Photographer
The Photography of Monica Pachecka
Jeffrey Hummel - Photographer
Andrew Milne - Photographer
Arshad Ahsanuddin - Photographer
Priscilla Turner - Photographer
Short story and photo published in Geo EspaĆ±a (in Spanish).
These three sepia photos taken in Alaska were published in the January 2008 issue of Black and White Photography as a double page spread.
This photo of the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia was published in the January 2008 edition of Practical Photography as a double page spread.
My work was recently used by Photo Techniques magazine in their Serious Photographers promotion. Click here to see the promotion (Adobe Acrobat Reader required).
I've also been published in the Best of Friends yearbook anthology, the Creative Monochrome Newsletter, and in Practical Photography, Photo Answers, Amateur Photographer, Digital Photo Art and Zoom magazines.
Free Photography eBooks
My free Photography eBooks are available to download on eSnips. They're free because I'd like to make my photography available to a wide audience in an easily downloadble format (pdf). Please enjoy them and pass them on.
The eBooks and the photos and articles inside are protected by copyright under a Creative Commons Lincense Agreement. This means that you can't use or change any of the contents without my permission. You can't sell the eBooks or otherwise make money from them. What you can do is link to them, offer them as downloads on your website or blog (I must be attributed as the author at all times), or send a copy to anyone you like.