Thought’s on Jim Goldstein’s Best of 2018 Project

Every year photographer Jim Goldstein organizes the "Best of the Year" project, where photographers can submit a set of their best photos. There's no prize, there's no competition, the goal is to share your work and explore other photographer's work to find...

2019 Photography goals

I've been trying to figure out how to write about what I want to accomplish in 2019 with my photography, but I have a challenge: my primary goal in 2019 is to think less about accomplishing things with my photography, and actually do more photography instead. I've had...

My Favorite 5’s for 2018

In past years I've done various "Best of" or "My Favorite" lists of things on different topics. In trying to sort out what I wanted to do this year, I decided the universe (and you readers) really didn't need five or six separate blog posts with lists of ten items...

2018 in review: It was definitely a year

I've been wondering if I even want to write a summary of the last year, but I think there are a few items worthy of some introspection. But I'll be honest: mostly I'm just really happy that 2018 is over. I guess I won't go so far as to say it can die in a fire, but...

2019 Goals and Priorities

I've been doing some thinking and planning about what I want to accomplish in the next year, which always is a battle plan that's good until maybe January 4 (5th if I'm lucky), but it's a useful tool for me to figure out where to focus my time. These aren't...

Anatomy of a Road Trip: Breaking down a day with a camera

I wrote a few months ago about the wildlife refuge trips I take in the winter, and I finally was able to carve out a Saturday to drive up to Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge on a day trip. The trip was fairly productive and a lot of fun, and I came home with some...

2018 Best Photos of the Year

The time has come to reflect back on the past year, and it's traditional to reflect back on it, and for photographers, to look through the images of the last year and start selecting favorites for the annual showing-off of your best/favorite images. For me, I...

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