ARCommunity #FF with Featured Photographer, Matthew Arnold

“Topography Is Fate—North African Battlefields of World War II is not a simple investigation of geography. This visual survey by the American photographer Matthew Arnold is a testament to the trials of conflict amid a desert landscape. Each image in the series goes beyond surface representation to reveal elements of a very personal geography, formed by lived experiences grounded […]

Creative Photo Projects for April

Spring is finally here! And those of us who aren’t partial to venturing out in inclement weather, photo gear in hand, will likely be dusting off our cameras and getting some much-anticipated shooting done this month. Digital Camera World offers a few ideas for photo projects to try this month.  Here are some of my […]

Happy Winter Solstice!

Tomorrow is the longest night of the year.  It marks the return of the sun and the beginning of the end of winter.  We can look forward to shorter nights and longer days ahead.  With only 9 hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds of daylight tomorrow, why not make the most of the longest night […]

Will NOT Work for Beer – Essential Tips for Emerging Freelancers

Starting your career in freelancing can be overwhelming.  Your main goal is to not only get hired but to continually do so.  Below are a few tips I’ve offered and received from the various people I’ve worked with over the years.  I hope they come in handy for you too. 1.  “I’m booked” sounds more […]