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Why I Love The New Jersey Balloon Festival

Every year QuickChek hosts a huge hot air balloon festival here in New Jersey, called the Festival of Ballooning. The Friday before the event starts, the hot air balloons set up and do test flights. At […]


Whitman County Growers

Early June I was with a group of friends in the Palouse, Washington area. We went to photograph the rolling hills and the beauty architecture and farms. We call the group NxNW (North by North […]


Get Your Photo Critiqued – Today Only on Facebook

Today I am offering something special. On my Facebook page I am offering a free critique to as many photographs as I can. Head over to the page, Like it, and then comment on this […]


7 Tips To Help You Hire The Right Photographer

In my previous article you learned about how to not hire the wrong photographer. You learned that hiring the wrong photographer can cost you time, money and the risk of the end product not satisfying […]


3 Reasons To Not Hire The Wrong Photographer

I’m going to tell you a story. One that will hopefully save you thousands of dollars, and way more time than expected. Not long ago a potential photo job was presented to me. One that […]


How To Sell Photos With WordPress In 5 Easy Steps

I’ve had the pleasure of speaking at two WordCamps this year, both on the topic of selling images with WordPress.  That is a topic I love to talk about, because depending on your audience and […]


#AskScottWyden Do I Need An Intern For My Photography Business?

Today’s #AskScottWyden has two parts to it.  I was asked if a photography intern was needed for a wedding photography business that is too busy to create content for blogs and social media. The first […]


9 Post Processing Mistakes You Can Stop Making

We have all been there. A feature is available whatever post processing software and it’s so fun to play with that you might find yourself overdoing it. In the video below I talk about some […]


Timing Is Everything In Action Photography

Whether you are photographing a major sport, or a less popular sport, timing is everything in action photography. I am a true believer that as a photographer you can make better photographs by understanding and […]


Canola Field

It’s interesting how an English word can really change the way you look at a plant. A word can make people rename a plant. The previous name of a plant can drive conversation about why […]


WE35 Field Report – Swapping Frames

The June mission for the WE35 project was to swap RAW files with another member of the WE35 project. The member we swapped with was determined randomly from Justin and Armando of The Photo Frontier. […]


House Below The Milky Way

I am very proud to share this as the first of a series of photographs from Washington state. A few weeks ago I flew into Seattle, Washington to meet up with a group of friends. […]