Category Archives: iPhone

Moment-Driven Photojournalism Workshop: LONDON

I just returned from London, where I spoke at the lively and inspiring Nine Dots Gathering, and held my Moment-Driven Workshop: London!  I’m a bit jet lagged at the moment but I wanted to share some photos I made of my students during our workshop.  One of our group exercises was to approach strangers, not…

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Bermuda… as seen through my iPhone

Every year, I travel to Bermuda with my sister, a tradition created by my mother for the three of us.  When she passed away, Kim and I kept the tradition alive. Bermuda is only 22 miles long and 2 miles wide.  I can’t believe there’s something I haven’t seen on this island, but each year surprises…

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My Favorite iPhone photographs of 2012

My iPhone has taught me a few things about photography.   I’ve been a photographer most of my life, but I’ve never shot landscapes before.   As a photojournalist, I crave people and their emotion in my images. Looking through my 2012 iPhone photographs, there are hardly any people. I found I embraced the light, anywhere I…

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles, through my iPhone…

Traveling can be pretty stressful.   The waiting.   The delays.   The endless lines of people, like yourself, who just want to get somewhere.  Anywhere. During a massive flight delay last month at O’Hare Airport, instead of fuming behind my iPad, I spent the day taking photographs of travelers with my iPhone.  Sticking with the traveling theme,…

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