Daily Archives: March 27, 2014


Get out the boat for great bass fishing photography

Perspective adds dimension to photos Dozens of my photos have been featured on magazine covers since I began working in the outdoor industry in the mid-1990s. And most of them were taken when I was in the boat with my subject. The formula was pretty straightforward: Catch a fish — preferably a big fish — […]

Bass fishing photography by Andy Crawford Photography

Fine Art by Andy Crawford

Are there better places than churches?

Catholic churches offer great photography options I have lived my entire life — with the exception of a few years right out of high school — in church. But I’m Southern Baptist, and the buildings in which we gather aren’t known for being ornate. S   o I’ve always had a thing for Catholic churches, […]


The world is my studio

The old steel wharf extending over the Mississippi River has been a fixture near downtown Baton Rouge for as long as I can remember. For years I’ve wanted to check it out, so when I began scouting for a senior photo shoot for Morgan Crysel I headed directly to the derelict structure. I couldn’t believe […]

Portraits by Andy Crawford

Neon sign photography by Andy Crawford Photography

Photography backgrounds make all the difference

Pay attention to what’s behind the subject of your subjects for photography with impact Lately I’ve enjoyed finding photographic subjects that most of us don’t give a second thought and turn them into dramatic works of art. One such opportunity came with the old neon sign standing in front of the Gonzales Motel along Airline […]