Casey Chinn Photography Blog
The story of how Abiquiu Sunset came to be.
One of the simplest ways to make your images more effective is by paying attention to this one fundamental component of photography and applying it in ways that you may not have thought of.
Learning photography and trying to create better photographs can be a daunting task when you're just starting. Here are some guidelines I've taught in my workshops to help new photographers create stronger images.
Here are some tips I put together to help budding landscape photographers take better images.
Taking something that you love to do and making it a money-making endeavor fundamentally changes your relationship to it and will require way more from you than you think.
This image of a storm at sunset has become iconic for me. Here is the story behind it.
The backstory behind one of my favorite black-and-white images
Here is a bit of backstory on one of my more popular images, Crystal Mill and Stars
The final installment from my trip to South Africa.
Part six in the series from my trip to South Africa.
Part five from my travels in South Africa last November-December.
Sometimes you can't really plan the image, you just have to respond to what nature is displaying for you.
The long-awaited fourth entry from my Africa trip
More images and background story from my recent trip to South Africa!
More images and background story from my recent trip to South Africa
The first installment from my recent epic trip to South Africa
Here is part two of my fall road trip reflections.
Some images and reflections from my 2019 fall photography trip
Fall is a wonderful time of year to get out and explore with a camera. Here are some simple things to keep in mind to give you better results.
The making of Summer Thunderstorm
Images and reflections from a recent trip to Sedona Arizona for the Sedona Arts Festival! Plus a special limited time offer!
A few Highlights from my summer travels around the state of Colorado!
Installment three from my spring of 2018 desert road trip!
Installment two from my spring of 2018 desert road trip!
Installment one from my spring of 2018 desert road trip!
Here are my thoughts on a question I get asked from time to time; "do you Photoshop your images?"
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