Category Archives: Photography
Amy Bjornson Actress Portfolio Photography Session ~ Amy contacted me about 6 months ago to help her work on her acting/model portfolio headshots and assorted images. She has some great ideas of who she is and who she wants to portray and what she wants to do as she breaks in to the acting world. Continue reading
HUGE LABOR DAY ART SALE!! You can’t believe it I know, but it’s already the end of summer. In the upper Midwest, that is a very big deal. It is time to start taking life, home and the office seriously … Continue reading
If you ever go to Chicago as a tourist or you have always wanted to go, then this is a must read article by my friend John VanOverbeke which describes in rich detail why Chicago is a must visit location. … Continue reading
Many of you have been asking me questions like, “Is Questions and Answers Blog still alive?” The answer to that question may be just a little bit complicated. The old Questions and Answers blog that you have come to know and love is not going away any time soon but for the time being I have consolidated my efforts at building a new project. Continue reading
The first question that comes to most of my clients mind as they consider having their senior portraits taken is what should I wear? So to answer all your questions I have written this article to give you confidence that you are making the right choice and now you are ready for a wonderful photo session. Continue reading
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Nowadays, however, those words are in danger of being swallowed by the existential void.
Over 90 million digital images are uploaded each day to Instagram alone, which has led some critics to comment on the sensory overload of photographs floating around cyberspace.
Consequently, it’s humbling to be sent a reminder of a time when photography was a much more laborious – but some would argue more valuable – process.
Casa del Prado Balboa Park San Diego, a photo by !!WaynePhotoGuy on Flickr. These images are from a recent photographic expedition to San Diego CA. The purpose of the trip was to capture early spring in southern Californian in a … Continue reading
Some good friends allowed me to use their cabin for a brief much needed mid winter sabbatical. There was one small condition. I had to capture a few images of the place. How could I not? It was so gorgeous and peaceful that I had no choice. So these are some of the things that I had seen Continue reading
Welcome to the World Premiere of LetThereBeLightFineArt.com
The website WayneMoran.com is functional and gets a ton of traffic but I have been getting feedback for years that it does not really display the fine art nature of my photography in a user friendly and it certainly needed a major overhaul. Instead of risking losing all of the current traffic that it gets by deleting all kinds of existing content I decided it was time to launch an entirely new website that complete focuses on my Fine Art Photography. Continue reading