Enjoy viewing 20 of 2020’s top photography collections!


Time’s Top 10 Photos

Time’s Top 200 Photos

New York Times

The New Yorker

The Washington Post



The Guardian

World Press Photo


The Insider


My Modern MET


National Geographic – Travel

CNN – Travel


Audubon Awards

National Geographic – Wildlife

Guardian Nature Photographer Of The Year

National Geographic – Science

Nature – Science

Atlantic – Landscape


View My Best Images Of 2020. 



People who really know me know I keep a lot of lists. I constantly track what I do. It’s a mindfulness practice that lets me thoroughly review and reflect on how I’m living my life … and how to live it in a more fulfilling way moving forward.

If this sounds like a lot of work, it’s not … because to make the lists I steal ten seconds here and rarely more than thirty seconds there. I make these lists in Notes on my iPhone, because it’s always with me and I can quickly access the notes on any of my computers too. At the end of the year I spend a little more time making notes on each list

Because I made my lists, at a glance I can see the kinds of activity and content that are bringing me the greatest value … and the ones that aren’t. I can identify my preferences, tendencies, patterns and changes in them.

I date everything for many reasons – to track the amount of activity plus sequences and patterns within it. Comparing lists shows me the influence of one area of my life on another. Sometimes the numbers help me set goals and stretch to equal them in the future, but I don’t put too much pressure on this – just enough to make me feel good about it. It’s a way of helping me do more of the things I really want to do … and do less of the things I don’t want to do.

At the end of the year I review them, record my observations, reflect (sometimes with writing) on areas that are most meaningful to me. Then I make a quick final list from the other lists. This is that list.

It was a true pleasure to reflect on the high moments of this year.

How good was each? I rank each with a number from lowest 1 – 10 highest.

Here’s are my top picks from 2020.

(You might enjoy some of them too!)

Art Book – Via Celmins – To Fix The Image In Memory (7)

Music – Joe Satriani – Shapeshifting (8)

Piano Piece Learned – Satie – Gnossienne #4 (9)

Movie – Documentary – My Octopus Teacher (10)

Movie – Comedy – Fisherman’s Friends (8)

TV Series – The Durell’s In Corfu (8)

Master Class – Malcolm Gladwell – Writing (7)

Non-Fiction – Jack Grapes Method Writing (9)

Fiction – Madeline Miller – Circe (8)

Poetry – Richard Blanco – How To Love A Country (9)

Workshop – Richard Blanco – Poetry Chapbook Intensive (9)

Find my Best Images here.

Photoshop 2020 is out! New features? Terry White demos his top 5, Jesus Ramirez shares his top 10, and Unmesh Dinda shows off his top 20!

Find more of Terry White’s content here.

Find more of Jesus Ramirez’s content here.

Find more of Unmesh Dinda’s content here.

Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.

Matt Koslowski demos the new features in Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop June 2020 update.

Find out more on Matt’s blog.

Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.

Photoshop Cafe’s Colin Smith takes you on a tour All the new features in Adobe Lightroom Classic June 2020 update and and all the new features in Photoshop 2020 for the June update to version 21.2 release. (Check out the new sleek ACR interface!)

Find out more from Colin Smith at Photoshop Cafe.

Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.

EarthDayOnline_50years EarthDayChallenge_2020 EarthDayOnline_2020

“While we collectively take action as individuals to bend the curve and reduce the spread of coronavirus, we cannot lose sight of the bigger picture — our global climate crisis. The intrinsic connections between human health and planetary health sparked the first Earth Day in 1970, and today, we must rise to meet these dual crises again as Earth Day marks 50 years.

In the face of a challenge that forces us to stay apart, we’re bringing challenges to bring the world together.


Join us for the Earth Day Daily Challenge, a 22-day series that will allow people to connect through challenges to take action right now, and every day, for our planet.

Each challenge will be posted daily on Earth Day Network’s social media channels (@earthdaynetwork). Participants can get involved by following the channels and adding their actions with the hashtags #EarthDay2020 and #EARTHRISE.”

Find out more here.


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