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Rock The River FXBG 2017 will be the biggest and best RTRFXBG yet! On Saturday, June 3rd I’ll be there at the Create Photographics booth giving lighting demonstrations throughout the day. I’ll also have a limited number of prints available for purchase. Make your plans to visit Rock The River today. For more info visit Rock The River FXBG. I hope to see you there! Advertisements

Sunday, in the Hart Community Center in Fredericksburg, VA I talked for a little over six hours! I set up a series of seminars, six total, about different photography related subjects. The plan: start at 10 am end at 4 pm, each seminar would be 45 minutes (including questions and answers) with a 15 minute break. It sounded pretty good. I got started on time and one seminar run into another. At… Read More

Fredericksburg Photography Show If you are interested in looking at photographs, as photographers we all should be, then this weekend will be a treat for you. You can take a look at other photographers’ work at the 30th annual Fredericksburg Photography Show sponsored by the Fredericksburg Department of Parks and Recreation. The show opened Thursday and runs through Sunday, at the Dorothy Hart Community Center, 408 Canal Street in Fredericksburg. The show… Read More

Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. As I was growing up we most always lived near the beach. My father was in the Navy so that’s the way it worked out. You can’t be in the Navy and not spend a good number of years near the water. Growing up near a beach meant most summers were spent in the sun, sand and waves. When I got my first camera it… Read More

Free Art Friday Fredericksburg (FAFFVA) will be, starting January 6th, a monthly event happening on the first friday of each month. I can’t say that I am the mastermind behind this one because I’m not. In an email I saw a link to FAFDC (Washington, DC) and I was intrigued so I had to investigate. Salvadore Delvesco was inspired by FAFALT (Atlanta, GA) to start FAFDC. I liked the concept so much… Read More