WordPress was not designed for photography portfolios or high-quality photo presentations. So, it takes some specific settings to make WordPress photo-friendly. In the end, it is possible to make a beautiful, fast photography portfolio with WordPress. I put a special emphasis on making sure my portfolio loads quickly because visitors will click through more pages and Google’s […]
I often have random side projects, especially related experiments with new technology and knowledge that I learned the hard way and want to share.
I’m just one of many Boston-based photojournalists. Many of us photographers publish our work on Instagram and I love to follow the photo stories that appear. Watching photojournalists from around New England is interesting, but I particularly enjoy when a major event happens and I see it photographed from many diverse perspectives by these professionals. […]
In iOS 13, Apple opened the iPhone so users can select many default apps for things like email and browsers. They don’t allow you to select your default Camera app yet. With the updates to the Shortcuts app in iOS 14 and especially iOS 14.1 we can seamlessly make any app our default Camera App. […]
Inspired by Amanda Mustard’s list of helpful tools I compiled my own list of things that make my life easier as a freelance photojournalist. For some items I found referral links that you can use to get discounts and send rewards to me. 200 SIM Card tray eject pins – If Marie Kondo asked me what brings me […]
There has been a surge of high quality photographers in Egypt and many of them are sharing their work on Instagram. I started with a list of 50 Egyptian photographers on Instagram and edited it to 15 that I feel have something special to say about Egypt and the world through their photography. It’s just […]