The Why Café – a book review

When I travel solo, I love “little books.”  You know the kind – 100 to 200 pages and small enough to stick in a jacket pocket.  I like knowing that by the end of the trip, for sure I’ll have been able to finish the book. When I traveled from Cleveland to...

Book Review – Why Photographs Work

52 Great Images: Who made them, what makes them special and WHY.  That’s the subtitle for Why Photographs Work and it really sums up the book. If you’ve ever wanted to increase your appreciation of good photography, this book is an excellent place to start. The...

Push reset – two ways to rethink your photography

Professional photographers are often on deadline, and complete each project as quickly as possible. Photographic artists on the other hand, have the luxury of planning projects that can last weeks, months or even years. Two of these artists, Harald Mante and Richard...