No Outlet

Sometimes we feel trapped, not able express the way we truly feel. And when we do express the way we feel, we get called out by people who have no clue of who we are or what we are experiencing. EM from Emulsive.org has re-shared “Where To From Here” (the original is here, but the …

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You Don’t Need Much

I very often see creatives expressing how the latest and greatest in gear gets them to create their best work. But I think we very often are using new gear as a crutch… perhaps using it to get us motivated to create new work (which isn’t wrong all together). I say when you get to …

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Hazy First Full Moon of 2020

First full moon of 2020 happens to have been a hazy one here in South Florida. This hazy moon was spending most of the time lurking behind heavy clouds peeking out very infrequently. Sat out in the calm just rained front yard of my house waiting for a display long enough to capture some frames …

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Another Night Out

On the night of 12132019, the night after I captured my last full moon of 2019, I tried to see if perhaps I could capture the last possible glimpse of a waning gibbous moon. This night was supposed to be the absolute last night of capturing a close to full moon (waning gibbous). I reached …

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12122019

12122019 marks the last full moon of 2019. I hope you were able to if not capture it, at least sit in peace and reflect on your past years as I did. Sometimes sitting in silence with a full moon feels very energy infusing. I am not sure if this is something we all feel, …

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Artists on Art // Devon Stapleton on William Eggleston

It was a great pleasure having Devon on to discuss this image by William Eggleston in the Artists on Art series. Tune in to Through My Lens with Clay Daly on Overcast, Apple Podcast, or Spotify to check out the chat. Artists on Art // Devon Stapleton on William Eggleston

Where to from here?

We are all putting ourselves out on display via the many social platforms with our photography, writings, podcasts and what ever else. We do this in hopes of gaining an audience that gets and appreciates your work. When it does happen it feels incredibly great, but the social platforms have all started to implement their …

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