If you’ve already consumed enough food and drink for the holiday season perhaps you are ready to consume some reading material and catch up on anything you might have missed on the blog this past year.
Out of 172 posts (wow!) the following are the top 10 most popular posts based on number of visits from my 12,000 unique monthly readers.
By the way, the $7 deal on my eBook (see post #4) is still available at PhotoWhoa if you want to pick up a copy.
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1. Top 10 Best Photography Podcasts
Full time RV travel involves a lot of time driving and I like to make the best use of that time by listening to or watching digital photography podcasts. One reader asked which podcasts I subscribe to so I thought it would make a good subject to share with everyone who is interested in learning […]
2. Budget Report: One Year On The Road
All the receipts have been counted. The final numbers are in. I won’t leave you in suspense. How much does it cost to RV around North America for one year? $72,417.89 The first and biggest thing that stands out to me about this number is this: I TOTALLY ROCK!! I mean really, $1,100 under budget??? […]
3. How To Take Charge Of Depth of Field In Your Photography
Understanding how to control depth of field in your photographs is one way to take creative control of your images. When an image has a large depth field it means that everything from the foreground to the background is in focus. A shallow depth of field is when only a portion of the image is […]
4. Gift For Photographers – Send an eBook for $7
Do you need a last minute Christmas gift for a photographer on your list? Right now you can get my eBook “8 Ways To Accelerate Your Photography” for only $7 at PhotoWhoa and send it to a friend as a gift! Here’s how to do it: 1. Buy the eBook 2. You will receive an […]
5. The Seashells of Sanibel
Sanibel Island, Florida, is known as the shell island because, well, it’s made out of shells! Everywhere you go – shells. In everyone’s yard, on the side of the road, even the sidewalks are made out of shells. All sorts of exotic shells can be found on the beach. I didn’t find any large shells, […]
6. 3 Step Method for Bang On Exposure
You’re never going to learn! Not if you keep letting the camera make decisions for you anyway. Get off of those auto settings, take control of your camera, and be deliberate about how you want things to happen. You can always go back to the auto settings once you understand how things are working and […]
7. 8 Lessons From Life On The Road
Every day is a new lesson when you live on the road and that is one of the most exciting things about it. The anticipation of what is to come. The endless potential and opportunity each day brings. I think the thing I liked the most is simply being excited about the day. Here are […]
8. Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post about the painted desert, millions of years ago this land was covered in a lush thick forest. Over 200 million years ago actually. Today, as the painted desert erodes, it exposes the fossilized artifacts of the ancient forest. It is the world’s largest concentration of petrified wood. 200 million […]
9. New Series: Creativity Boosters
Today I am starting a new series of topics on the blog called “creativity boosters” to help you be more creative and find new subjects to photograph. Sometimes it is enough to go to an interesting location, find a great subject, and fire away. In fact that’s what I do most of the time. I’ll […]
10. 9 Months of Nomadic Life & the Meaning of Time
As a society we attempt to regulate our lives by imposing the notion of time. We have a general idea how long we will live if we’re lucky. We chop our time up into years, months , weeks, days, hours and minutes. We get 15 minutes for coffee, an hour for lunch, we work 8 […]
Coming Up …
Next time I will have my top 10 images from 2012!
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