Guest Author Bios

Contact me if you would like to post your tips and experiences along with your photos. I’ll include a link back to your site and you could become famous!

Robert W. Madden

As a staff photographer for National Geographic Magazine for over 15 years, I produced the photographs for more than twenty stories (wrote some, too), and for several National Geographic books. Travels across all seven continents exposed me to an extraordinary diversity of cultures and customs.

Check out my webiste at:

Notable in a list of my awards are: Magazine Photographer of the Year (twice); College Photographer of the Year; and design awards from the Society of Publication Designers, The New York Art Directors Club, and Communication Arts

I now lead photographic tours both internationally and domestically – the Serengeti, China, and India, the Vermillion Cliffs of Arizona, the White Mountains in New Hampshire, etc. Join me to visit one of these unique locations and receive hands-on photographic instruction. I can guarantee that your images will improve! See the workshops and tours currently offered under “Workshops” at

Contact Bob at his website:

Ed Norman

Ed is an retired contractor now a naturalist and bird photographer.

William Jobes

Fine Art Photojournalism by William Jobes, Langhorne, PA – United States

The photography of William Jobes is accented by a life-long photojournalist’s perspective of the world around him.

He is a career print and broadcast journalist, whose experience includes news and sports photojournalism, as well as reporting and editing on staff at several major daily newspapers. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Star, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and USA Today, among countless others.

William Jobes’ broadcast experience includes both commercial and public television. He is the recipient of numerous journalism and photography awards and honors, including several Emmys.

Whether in the arenas and stadiums of professional sports, or the woods and fields of America, he creates images worthy of fine art exhibition or display in the home or office.

See his Sports Photojournalism at .

Contact Bill through his website at


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