Day tour in Bangkok

January 7, 2016

  On our way to Myanmar, we stopped for a couple days in Bangkok, Thailand. Here are a few shots from our city tour yesterday – it included a longboat ride on the river, tour of the flower market and sunset behind Wat Arun temple.    

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Another Awesome Workshop with Joel Sartore

August 31, 2015

We braved zombies, and an adventure in a corn field, but it was all worth it for another successful workshop with Joel Sartore. Here are a few images by Joel from the day.  

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Canon’s Humorous ‘Never Again’ Ads Show Why You Should Print Your Photos

August 7, 2015

Canon came out with some entertaining reasons why it is important to print your favorite photos. Funny and true. Check it out – Canon’s Never Again Ads.  

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Tragic Way to Lose Your Images

July 15, 2015

It’s hard to be prepared for every way you can lose your photos. This is not one of the possibilities I’d expect to face. There’s a good suggestion at the end of the story for cloud-based backup. Photographer Loses Life’s Work After Burglars Steal Hard Drives

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Why the ‘Father of the Internet’ Thinks You Should Print Out Your Photos | TIME

March 12, 2015

I’ve been advising clients for years that the best way to pass your photos to future generations is by printing them. So it’s nice to hear an expert like Vint Cerf, the ‘Father of the Internet’ agrees with me. Read what Cerf has to say about the dark side of our digital future. Why the ‘Father […]

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Lightroom Plugin for Transferring Images from Aperture & iPhoto

December 30, 2014

For all you holdouts with images still lingering in Aperture, there’s finally a solution for getting out of Aperture and iPhoto. Here are two links with details. The Lightroom Queen – Step-by-Step Instructions Plugin tips from the Lightroom Team   

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Redpoint exhibit raises $10,000 for Photo Ark

October 30, 2014

Joel Sartore, Photo Ark founder and National Geographic photographer, is on his way to India to document more rare species for his Photo Ark project thanks in part to the funds raised by Redpoint Collective members. All proceeds from the September exhibition at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center were donated to the non-profit that raises awareness […]

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Why We Travel exhibit opening soon at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center

August 14, 2014

  “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller With the inspiration of Henry Miller’s profound words, the photographers in Redpoint Collective capture images from around the world. Redpoint Collective members and National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore open photo exhibit, Why We Travel at the Leedy Voulkos […]

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Redpoint Member In the News

June 9, 2014

In case you missed it, Redpoint member Jeff Piehler’s essay, “Ashes to Ashes, but First a Nice Pine Box,” was published in the New York Times back in February. It was listed that week as one of the most emailed stories in the paper. The piece generated a lot of interest and replies, including an […]

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Why We Return to Bhutan Every Year

June 2, 2014

We’re always asked why we would return so many times to the same place. It’s for a number of reasons, but primary is the inherent contentment apparent in everyone we meet there. Certainly the country is changing and becoming more modern, but it’s a culture based on quality-of-life over consumerism. Their respect for the environment, […]

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