When you go shopping for a picture frame, what’s the most “common” size you’ll find? 8″ x 10″. It’s been like that for… well, longer than I’ve been around. I remember when I first got into photography, (the film years) and took my film to the drugstore to get processed. I had 4″x6″ prints made,… Read More
My Foil Hat I’m a little worried about Whataburger. Apparently, they have figured out a way into my parietal lobe of my brain and figured out what makes me salivate like a starving Great Dane. I heard a commercial on the radio the other day that they were introducing a new burger: The “Chorizo Burger”… Read More
We All Know a Bossy Person We all know that one person. The person who isn’t happy unless they are barking out orders to those around them. They are easy to spot in the workplace. They are quick to jump on employees who aren’t doing it right, and even if they are, they aren’t good… Read More
How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot In order to help you make a competent, uncomplicated choice concerning the competition between complex, incompatible computer compilers, we have composed this complete, compact, composite compendium comprising comparisons to compensate for the complaints and complements of their compromises. We hope you will find it comprehensible rather than compost…. Read More
FB Disclaimer for Attorneys I’m going to try and write this so that I don’t bring down the wrath of Zuckerberg’s attorneys. When I mention the initials FB, I am not making any accusations about the mega giant that I might call the BOOKFace. Know what I mean? And I am not accusing the social… Read More
My Advice To Millennials I could be wrong. I’ve been wrong before. I think I’m seeing a real trend with the so-called Millennials. They are coasting through life without a plan. No plan, no idea, no clue, no goals, no values, no work ethic, and no desire to get out of the bed of life…. Read More
DISCLAIMER: Although you might find something useful in this article, keep in mind that I’m not a model, and I have never worked or contracted with an agency. I know some models, and have photographed models on occasion. This advice is worth what you’re paying for it. There’s a reason I write some of these… Read More
A Little Deceptive As a photographer, I’m visual minded. When I started my diet, I had to go to the store to pick out some sensible low calorie, high protein items for dinners. I had already gotten some little steaks, some chicken breast filets, and some tilapia. I was going through the frozen dinner section… Read More
Like the song goes, it was 1978, my hair was long, my thoughts were short. Boston’s “Don’t Look Back” was blasting on my radio. 9th grade at Laplata Junior High was awkward in Hereford Texas. In that school, at that time, you were either a football player or you were nothing. I was a nothing band geek. I dreamed about becoming a radio DJ. A year later, I would start working at my first radio station, KPAN.
I moved here in 2004 from Amarillo Texas. I had a U-Haul with my Harley Davidson motorcycle, my camera, and a few guns, arriving in Bulverde in 2004. Originally I moved into a luxury apartment complex on the North side of San Antonio. It was very nice, but the first thing I did was go for a ride and head for the Hill Country, and around the Canyon Lake and Guadalupe River area.